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Gyrodactylus Salaris

Volume 592: debated on Thursday 30 July 1998

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asked Her Majesty's Government:Whether there is any evidence that

Gyrodactylus salaris can be spread in salmon eggs; and, if so, whether they intend to ban the import of salmonid eggs. [HL2990]

There is no evidence that Gvrodactylus salaris can be spread in salmon eggs. All imports of eggs must be certified as thoroughly disinfected.