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A serum antibody response to an antigen (>200 kDa), associated with the apices of gut epithelium folds in L. salmonis, was found in naturally infected Atlantic salmon (Grayson et al. 1991). Different antigens in adult and chalimus stages of L. salmonis were identified. Atlantic salmon immunized with crude extracts of either adult L. salmonis or another sea louse species, C. elongatus, produced humoral antibodies that reacted with antigens in these extracts, as well as fewer antigens from crude extracts of chalimus stages and eggs (Reilly and Mulcahy 1993).
2006) subsequently suggested that wild Pacific salmon can, in fact, coexist successfully with farmed Atlantic salmon on the Pacific coast of Canada, since they documented P1: SFK/UKS BLBS084-INTRO P2: SFK BLBS084-Beamish 18 July 2, 2011 11:8 Trim: 244mm×172mm Salmon Lice exceptional returns of pink salmon in an environment with farmed Atlantic salmon and L. salmonis. , see Brooks and Jones (2008) and the response by Krkoˇsek et al. (2008). Economic Significance Infestations of L. salmonis and other sea lice in salmon farms in Norway and Scotland were estimated to have cost over 70 million ecu in 1997 alone (Costello and Boxshall 2000).
Mykiss—is highly susceptible to L. salmonis (Ho and Nagasawa 2001). In the Southern Hemisphere, L. salmonis has never been recorded on any salmonids introduced for farming to Australian, New Zealand, and Chilean waters, nor has the parasite been recorded on any local wild fish in these regions. Undoubtedly, this is because these species were introduced in their freshwater stage (usually eggs) and thus could not result in an accidental introduction of L. salmonis. Additionally, the geographical remoteness of these regions from the native range of salmonid fish ensures that there is practically no chance for the natural dispersal of the salmon louse to these southerly regions.