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Do spot prawns have parasites?

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Common, generally accepted names of the organism or disease agent. Spot prawn parasite (SPP) originally thought to be a Hematodinium-like organism of prawns. Note: Hematodinium spp. have been described from various marine crustaceans including crabs from the Atlantic Ocean, Chionecetes spp.

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