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White spot disease (WSD) is a contagious viral disease of penaeid prawns and is caused by white spot syndrome virus (WSSV), an enveloped, rod-shaped virus containing a double-stranded DNA genome. WSSV is classified as a member of the Whispoviridae. The virus infects a wide range of crustaceans. WSSV was first reported from both Taiwan and the People's Republic of China (PRC) in 1992. Subsequently, it has spread throughout East, Southeast and South Asia, North, South and Central America. Inpmid:18132360 fatcat:v4r7fi7akrfbxdp3ntboxxmdxm