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Heteropneustes fossilis, commonly called singhi is an obligatory air-breathing fish occurring shallow inland waters of India. For the past two decades this species is declining due to habitat loss, high fishing pressure and easy prone to Epizootic Ulcerative Syndrome (EUS). The infected individuals showing external symptoms like unresponsiveness, wounds, superficial lesions, swelling, discoloration, and deep ulcerative hemorrhages were subjected to bacteriological examination and the pathogensfatcat:nzvvluockbgaxdiyzn33ucdm4u