Wisconsin. State Conservation Committee (1915-27) / Biennial report of the State Conservation Commission of Wisconsin for the years 1915 and 1916
Ripple, R. L.
The use of gasoline in the treatment of fin trouble among brook trout, pp. 34-37 PDF (746.8 KB)
BIENNIAL REPORT 37 I cannot help but think what a great means this gasoline treatment might become if properly applied in the case of the common fish louse or copepod, which attaches itself to the gills of the brook trout, as many of you know. If only to destroy the two protruding egg sacs of this eventually death dealing parasite, that alone would pay well for an occasional gaso- line bath among affected brook trout. Thousands of brook trout of any size may be treated in a few gallons of gasoline by holding them in it with scap nets. U I I S I I S I I S I I S I I S I I S I I S I I S I I
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