Fish kept in aquariums or outside in ponds, are both susceptible to Lymphocystis disease. The painted glassfish is the most prone aquarium fish to contract this infection.
The viral infection causes growths on the skin or fins, which look similar to cauliflowers.
The Lymphocystis disease does not pose any health problem to the fish, but the growths may make the animal less aesthetically pleasing.
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