Atriotaenia

Atriotaenia

a genus of tapeworms of the family Linstowiidae. Includes Atriotaenia megastoma, A. procyonis (mustelids and procyonids, e.g. skunk, badger, marten, ermine, mink).
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Raccoons were infected with the nematodes Arthrocephalus lotoris, Baylisascaris procyonis, and Capillaria plica, the trematode Fibricola cratera, and the tapeworm Atriotaenia procyonis.
The tapeworm Atriotaenia procyonis was collected from the small intestine of 2 raccoons, 1 from 1 and 8 from the other.
spinifera Arterial Byrd, 1939 System Cestoda Atriotaenia Procyon lotor Intestine Bafundo.
The most common parasite found was Macrocanthorhynchus ingens, which occurred in 11 of 19 raccoons and the most abundant was Atriotaenia procyonis (n = 63).
55 (1-17) Cestodes Atriotaenia procyonis (n = 63) 6/19 (32%) 10.