Figure 2: Histopathological lesions of Tenacibaculum maritimum infection in parenchymatous organs revealed hepatic fatty degeneration and hemosidrosis in black damsel fish (A), fatty change in liver of Picasso trigger fish (B), focal areas of necrosis in hepatic tissue of black damselfish (C); note bacterial clumps in necrotic tissue (inset) and Necrosis of hepatic and exocrine part of pancreas in Picasso trigger fish (D and E), hemorrhage in hepatic tissue of black damsel fish (F) and lymphoid depletion and inflammatory cell infiltration in spleen of Picasso trigger fish (G and H), H and E.