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wcc internal parasit

wccvettech internal parasites

scientific namecommon name
fasciola hepatica liver fluke
nanophyetus salmincola salmon poisoning fluke
paragonimus kellicotti lung fluke
fluke for trematoda, a class of flatworms
dipylidium caninum common tapeworm of dog/cat; cucumber seed worm
taenia spp tapeworm
echinococcus granulosus and multilocularis hydatid tapeworm
toxocara canis and cati roundworm; ascarid
toxascaris leonina roundworm; ascarid
ancylostoma caninum & braziliense hookworm
uncinaria stenocephala northern canine hookworm
trichuris vulpis canine whipworm
dirofilaria immitis canine heartworm; filariid
dipetalonema reconditum canine heartworm; subcutaneious filariid, non-pathogenic
strongyloides stercoralis intestinal threadworm
capillaria aerophila lungworm of dogs/cats
aleurostrongylus abstrusus feline lungworm
spirocerca lupi esophogeal worm of dogs/cats
dioctophyme renale giant kidney worm
strongylus vulgaris large strongyle of horses
cyathostominae small strongyle or horses (sub-family)
strongyle are nematode worms of the family Strongylidae. They are often parasitic in the gastrointestinal tract of mammals, especially horses.
oxyuris equi pinworm of horses
thelazia californiensis eyeworm of horses
parascaris equorum equine roundworm; ascarid
Haemonchus contortus/trichostrongyle barber pole worm; bovine
trichnilla spirallis zoonotic nematode of swine
nematode roundworms
giardia lamblia protozoa; flagellate
isospora spp. coccidia or dog/cat; protozoa
eimeria spp. coccidia of rabbits, horses etc. protozoa
toxoplasma gondii coccidia of cats; ZOONOTIC;
babesis canis parasitic protozoa of the RBC's
trichomonas veneral protozoa parasite in cattle, oral in birds
coccidia spore-forming, single-celled parasites belonging to the apicomplexan class Conoidasida.[1] Coccidian parasites infect the intestinal tracts of animals[2], and are the largest group of apicomplexan protozoa.
Created by: wccvettech