Bertiella

Bertiella

a genus of nonpathogenic tapeworm of the family Anoplocephalidae. Includes B. mucronata, B. studeri (primates), B. obesa (koala).
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Mugambi & Huhndorf (2009) establecieron por medio de una filogenia con datos moleculares el origen polifiletico de la familia Melanommataceae, incluyeron tres generos que previamente formaban parte de ella: Byssosphaeria, Melanomma y Pseudotrichia, rechazaron a dos de ellos, Ostropella y Xenolophium, e incorporaron en Melanommataceae a dos generos, Bertiella (Sacc.
unidentified Trematoda eggs and Bertiella mucronata (Cestoda) (Santa Cruz et al.
Helminths recovered included eggs of the cestode Bertiella mucronata, and the nematode larvae of Strongyloides sp.
2000a), as well as the cestode Bertiella mucronata, which was also reported from Corrientes and Chaco, Argentina (Santa Cruz et al.
The prevalence of Bertiella mucronata found in wild howlers in our study, showed a higher prevalence of infection compared to findings by Delgado (2006) (20 % vs 5 %), but similar ( 20 % vs 21%) compared with Santa Cruz et al.
To the Editor: Bertiella is a genus of tapeworm in the family Anoplocephalidae, many species of which exist as parasites of nonhuman primates.
Morphology of Bertiella studeri (Blanchard, 1891) sensu Stunkard (1940) (Cestoda: Anoplocephalidae) of human origin and a proposal of criteria for the specific diagnosis of bertiellosis.
Bertiella studeri infection: resistance to niclosamide.
Human infection with Bertiella species in Saudi Arabia.
The first human infection with Bertiella studeri in Vietnam.
Infection of an adult in Mie Prefecture, Japan, by Bertiella studeri.
Record of Bertiella studeri (Blanchard, 1891), an anoplocephalid tapeworm, from a child.