Figure 1: Gross lesions of Tenacibaculum maritimum infection in Picasso trigger fish were skin ulcer (A), enlarged, friable and yellowish liver with rounded border (A) and enlarged and congested spleen (B). Gross lesions of Tenacibaculum maritimum in Black Damsel fish were irregular deep skin ulcer (C), enlarged, friable and yellowish liver with dark superficial spots (D). Abundant serous fluid is seen in the abdominal cavity.