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Related to Trematoda: Schistosoma, Nematoda, Fasciola hepatica
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Noun1.Trematoda - parasitic flatworms (including flukes)Trematoda - parasitic flatworms (including flukes)
helminth, parasitic worm - worm that is parasitic on the intestines of vertebrates especially roundworms and tapeworms and flukes
trematode, trematode worm, fluke - parasitic flatworms having external suckers for attaching to a host
cercaria - tadpole-shaped parasitic larva of a trematode worm; tail disappears in adult stage
family Fasciolidae, Fasciolidae - a family of Trematoda
family Schistosomatidae, Schistosomatidae - a family of Trematoda
class - (biology) a taxonomic group containing one or more orders


n. Trematoda, clase de gusanos parásitos de la especie de los Platyhelminthes que incluye la duela y los gusanos planos que infectan el organismo humano.
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Month (% of total sequences) Group Total sequences March April May June July Trematoda 150581 32.
Formas larvais de Trematoda provenientes de gastropodes limnicos da microrregiao Rio de Janeiro, sudeste do Brasil.
The described parasites belong to the phylum Platyhelminthes, class Trematoda and subclass Digenea (Miller and Harly, 2010).
Later chapters are divided into sections on infections caused by protozoa, nematode, trematoda, and cestoda.
Esta particularidade da biologia deste trematoda dificulta seu controle, uma vez que, atualmente nao e permitida a aplicagao de moluscicidas ou inseticidas para controle dos hospedeiros intermediarios, pois essas drogas tem efeito residual que pode causar significativo impacto ambiental (1).
Schistosomes are 1-2 cm long white parasitic flatworms, belonging to the Trematoda class of parasites; they are referred to as trematodes or flukes.
We also recorded several types of prey not previously recorded for torrent salamanders, including Platyhelminthes worms (possibly including intestinal Cestoda or Trematoda parasites, but also Planariid prey), Acari, Opiliones, Pseudoscorpionida, Chilopoda, Hemiptera, and Isopoda.
2004, Johnson & Lunde 2005) y otros Trematoda (Blaustein & Johnson 2003, Rajakaruna et al.