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Ostracitoxin: An Ichthyotoxic Stress Secretion of the Boxfish
tions of a single adult boxfish (6).
Tuberculin Reactivity of a CarbohydrateComponent of Unheated
Dangerous and Venomous Aquarium Fish
The poison is an ostracitoxin. Angelfish (family Pomacanthidae). Have long, sharp spines on their gill covers, which are usually difficult to see.
Influence of Collection Methods on the Occurrence of Alimentary
ing techniques included speared (dead), speared through the caudal peduncle ( live), trapped, dipnetted at night, and ostracitoxin exposed.
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They also release ostracitoxin when they becomes stressed by sudden movements, bright lights and loud sounds.It is apparently unique among known fish poisons; it is toxic to boxfish and resembles red tide and sea cucumber toxins in general properties.

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Ostracitoxin - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
When under stress, a boxfish (family Ostraciidae) will release the Ostracitoxin toxin (see: http://www.sciencemag.org/cgi/content/abstract/146/3641/244).
Ostracitoxin: An Ichthyotoxic Stress Secretion of the Boxfish
Boxfish under stress produce an ichthyotoxic, hemolytic, nonprotein poison in the mucous secretions of their skin.
Ostracitoxin: An Ichthyotoxic Stress Secretion of the Boxfish
tions of a single adult boxfish (6).
Tuberculin Reactivity of a CarbohydrateComponent of Unheated
BoxfshCompFAQs
separate tank, as I am aware of their ostracitoxin and its ability to kill everything in the community tank. <You are wise here.

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