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Veterinary Parasitology vocab quiz 5
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Ectoparasites of fish, amphibians, and reptiles
Endoparasites flukes of both domestic and wild animals
The organ of feeding/attachment on the anterior end of a mature digenetic fluke. Connects to a muscular pharynx and the pharynx connects to the blind caeca of the adult fluke.
Ventral sucker that is used as a holdfast organ of attachment for digenetic flukes.
Simultaneously possessing complete sets of both male and female reproductive organs
the sexually mature stage of a trematode.
Motile stage emerging from the operculated fluke egg.
Development stage after penetration of the miracidium into a snail (first intermediate host)
Stage that develops on the inside of the sporocyst
Stage that follows the redia; stage that emerges from the second intermediate host.
Encysted stage in life cycle of the trematode usually found on vegetation or within the second intermediate host
Door or cap at one end, or pole, of the trematode egg
type of digenetic fluke with an oral sucker on one end and a ventral sucker on the other end.
Schistosome cercarial dermatitis
Swimmer's Itch; highly pruritic papular or pustular dermatitis in humans caused by the cercarial stages of bird schistosomes
melanin deposition in response to the presence of metacercariae
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