Efficacy And Residues Of Quinaldine Sulfate, An Anesthetic For Striped Bass (Roccus Saxatilis)

Sills, Joe B., and Paul D. Harman. (Southeastern Fish Control Laboratory, Warm Springs, Ga.). E:[[Icacy and residues of quinaldine sulfate, an anesthetic[or striped bass (Roce'us saxatilis). Proceedings of the 24th Annual Conference of the Southeastern Association of Game and Fish Commissioners, pp. Striped bass (Roccus saxatilis) were exposed to solutions of quinaldine sulfate containing 10, 25,40 and 55 p.p.m. of quinaldine. Fish were effectively anesthetized at concentrations of 25 to 55 p.p.m. Residue levels in muscle tissue of fish exposed to 40 p.p.m. of quinaldine at 4° C. for 10 minutes reached 2.60 p.p.m., but were essentially gone after 24 hours of recovery in fresh water.

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