Diaphanocephalidae

Diaphanocephalidae

[di¦af·ə·nō·sə′fal·ə‚dē]
(invertebrate zoology)
A family of parasitic roundworms belonging to the Strongyloidea; snakes are the principal host.
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Kalicephalus subu latus Molin, 1961 (Nematode, Diaphanocephalidae).
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Studies on the genus Kalicephalus (Nematoda: Diaphanocephalidae).