Fasciolidae


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Noun1.Fasciolidae - a family of Trematoda
worm family - a family of worms
class Trematoda, Trematoda - parasitic flatworms (including flukes)
Fasciola, genus Fasciola - a genus of Fasciolidae
Fasciolopsis, genus Fasciolopsis - a genus of Fasciolidae
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Lymnaea columella (Say, 1817) is one of the main snail species, which participates in the life cycle of helminthes, and has been reported as intermediate host by trematodes of the families Fasciolidae, Haematoloechidae, Prosthogonimidae, Plagiorchiidae and Echinostomatidae (Olsen, 1974; Abilio and Watanabe, 1998; Carvalho et al., 2001; Pinheiro et al., 2009).
Fasciola hepatica (Trematoda: Fasciolidae) in bovines localized in two altitudinal levels of Merida state, Venezuela
1 Giardia lamblia 126 Nematelminto Ancylostomatidae Ancilostomideos 1 Ancylostoma braziliense 1 Ascarididae Ascaris lumbricoides 12 Oxyuridae Enterobius vermicularis 3 Trichuridae Trichuris trichiura 1 Trichocephalus trichiurus 6 Platelminto Fasciolidae Fasciola hepatica 1 Hymenolepididae Hymenolepis nana 6 Taeniidae Taenia sp.
Comparative study of the spatial relationship between nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide phosphate-diaphorase activity, serotonin immunoreactivity, and GYIRFamide immunoreactivity and the musculature of the adult liver fluke, Fasciola hepatica (Digenea, fasciolidae).
Multiple origins of European populations of the giant liver fluke Fascioloides magna (Trematoda: Fasciolidae), a liver parasite of ruminants.
Fasciolosis is one of the most important endoparasitic infections affecting dairy animals and is caused by a trematode named as Fasciola hepatica or liverfluke belonging to the family Fasciolidae. Its prevalence is variable in different parts of world.
Chemotherapy of infections with fasciolidae. In: Proceedings of the Eighth International Congress of Parasitology Associations p.
cervi (PCA-PCE) isolates, Carmyerius spatiosus, Fischoederius elongatus, and Gastrothylax crumenifer formed a tight cluster, while the Fasciolidae and Echinostomatidae occupied the proximate cluster as the sister group.
Cribb, "Comparison of the second internal transcribed spacer (ribosomal DNA) from populations and species of Fasciolidae (Digenea)," International Journal for Parasitology, vol.