entozoa


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en·to·zo·on

 (ĕn′tə-zō′ən)
n. pl. en·to·zo·a (-zō′ə)
Any of various animals, such as tapeworms or trematodes, that inhabit the internal organs or tissues of other animals, usually as parasites.

en′to·zo′ic adj.
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Descriptions of some new species of Entozoa from the collection of the British Museum.
A synopsis of Entozoa and some of their ectocongeners, observed by the author.
A synopsis of entozoa and some of their ecto-congeners observed by the author.