Trichuroidea

Trichuroidea

[‚trik·yə′rȯid·ē·ə]
(invertebrate zoology)
A group of nematodes parasitic in various vertebrates and characterized by a slender body sometimes having a thickened posterior portion.
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(Nematoda: Trichuroidea) from the fish Xenentodon cancila (Hamilton) from West Bengal, India.
(Nematoda: Trichuroidea), from an elapid snake in West Bengal, India.
Nematode eggs were diagnosed in positive samples of the superfamilies Trichostrongyloidea (4.60%; 8/174; Figure 1D), Ascaridoidea (0.57%; 1/174; Figure 1E), and Trichuroidea (0.57%; 1/174; Figure 1F).
Nematode eggs of the superfamily Ascaridoidea (4.35%; 1/23) were observed and helminth eggs of the superfamily Trichuroidea (4.35%; 1/23) were also diagnosed in Turdus sp.
Parasitism by more than one class of helminths was diagnosed in one fecal sample from Turdus sp., and nematode (superfamily Trichuroidea) and trematode eggs were observed.
0,08 Trichuroidea 0,04 Hymenolepis diminuta 0,12 Total 0,04 0,64 0,68 % viabilidade Observacao Cistos de protozoarios = 0,04 Numero total de ovos de Helmintos = 0,68 ovos de helmintos por grama de materia seca; Numero de ovos viaveis = 0,04 ovos por grama de materia seca; Percentual de viabilidade = 0,32%; Metodologia: Soccol et al.
Se identificaron huevos de Cestoda, Mathevotaenia Akhumyan, 1946 (Cyclophyllidea: Anoplocephalidae) y Nematoda: Trichuris Roederer, 1761 (Adenophorea: Trichuroidea; Trichuridae); Trichostrongyloidea (Secernentea: Strongylida); Aspidodera Raillet y Henry, 1912 (Ascaridida: Heterakoidea: Aspidoderidae); y Cyclobulura Quentin, 1977 (Ascaridida: Subuluroidea: Subuluridae).
Capillaria aerophila (Creplin, 1839) Travassos, 1915 (Nematoda: Trichuroidea) in red and gray foxes of southern Illinois.