• Mating rash

Horny growths on the head and body of male carp, whitefish and salmonids during the spawning season. This phenomenon is less pronounced in females. The appearance of "pearl rash" - keratinised tubercles of epithelium on the head and body of many carp, chub and whitefish - should be attributed to mating habits. Such mating apparel as tubercles is a natural stimulant that causes the sexual products to recoil.

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Mating rash

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