Cestoda


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Cestoda

[se′stō·də]
(invertebrate zoology)
A subclass of tapeworms including most members of the class Cestoidea; all are endoparasites of vertebrates.
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Of the other parasites (R/Ch, Trematoda, Ciliata, Cestoda and neoplasia) found in histological sections, we only found 1 incident of the latter two categories.
Gills Valid & Cronin, 1943 microlophus Vasotrema longitestis Apalone Arterial Valid Byrd, 1939 spinifera Vessels Zonorchis chandleri Icteria Liver Bile Valid Denton, 1972 virens Duct Cestoda Biacetabulum carpiodi Carpiodes Intestine Valid Mackiewicz, 1969 carpio Calentinella etnieri Erimyzon Intestine Valid Mackiewicz, 1974 oblongus Penarchigetes E.
Os cacharas Pseudoplatystoma fasciatum do rio Aquidauana são hospedeiros de parasitos dos grupos Mixosporea, Monogênea, Digenea, Cestoda, Nematoda, Acantocephala, Pentastomida e Crustácea.
Gravid individuals representing three species of Trematoda, Glypthelmins quieta, Haematoloechus longiplexus and Megalodiscus ternperatus; one species of Cestoda, Ophiotaenia magna; and three species of Nematoda, Cosmocerco ides variabilis, Falcaustra catesbeianae and Oswaldocruzia pipiens were found.
Malleus meridianus No Sporocysts Haliotis laevigata No Isognomon isognomum No Pinctada albina No Pinctada maxima No Malleus malleus No Saccostrea echinata No Saccostrea glomerata No Cestoda Tylocephalum sp.
Thirty-three species of helminth parasites belonging to 4 taxa were identified: 13 species of Cestoda, 12 species of Nematoda, 7 species of Trematoda, and 1 species of Acanthocephala.
Digenea and Cestoda were fixed in alcohol-formalin-acetic acid (AFA) and stained in acetocarmine for later identification.