Anisakidae


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An·i·sa·ki·dae

(an'i-sā'ki-dē),
Family of large nematode worms (superfamily Heterocheilidae) found in the stomach and intestines of fish-eating birds and marine mammals; infection is acquired by consuming uncooked marine fish; human anisakiasis have been reported primarily in Japan.
See also: Anisakis.

Anisakidae

a family of nematode parasites of marine mammals, fish, birds, reptiles and, by accidental infestation, humans. See phocanema, terranova and contracaecum.
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Frecuencia de larvas diphyllobothriidae y larvas Anisakidae en peces marinos comerciales del Terminal Pesquero de Ventanilla-Callao.
Eustrongylides sp; Contracaecum type I; Contracaecum type II; Contracaecum type III; a few specimens were identified only as larvae of Anisakidae, it was not possible to identify the gender (Table 1).
Morphological and taxonomical studies on Anisakidae larvae found in marine fishes and squids.
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