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Collection of Mountain Whitefish occurred on 22 October 2009, Rainbow Trout collection occurred on 24 March 2010, and Brown Trout collection occurred on 20 September 2010.
A total of 180 fish (60 Brown Trout, 59 Mountain Whitefish, and 61 Rainbow Trout) were collected and examined during the 2009-2010 collection effort.
Two Mountain Whitefish (2/59; 3.4%; 95% CI 0.9-11.5%) and 2 Rainbow Trout (2/61; 3.3%; 95% CI 0.9-11.2%) were identified as potential positives by the presence of gross internal tissue nodules and acid-fast bacteria in tissue smears (Fig.
Two Mountain Whitefish samples from the 2009-2010 collection, positive for acid-fast bacteria by tissue smear, were examined by histology at WADDL.
Mountain Whitefish have also been previously shown to be susceptible to Mycobacterium spp.
The molecular diagnosis of Mountain Whitefish infected with M.
Less information is available on potential population effects concerning Mountain Whitefish in this system or across their range, and this species should be studied further, especially considering the longer life-expectancy (up to 12 y; Watkins and others 2015) of Mountain Whitefish.
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