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Lom & Nigrelli, 1970
Brooklynella hostilis is a marine parasite that causes a condition known as "Clownfish disease". It is known to be found in marine aquariums is most commonly found in the subfamily Clownfish members of the Damselfish family.
Color will fade and breathing may slow. The parasite spreads rapidly, and can easily transfer to a new host increasing the probability of cross contamination.
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