Diplogonoporus

Diplogonoporus

(dip'lō-gō-nop'ŏ-rŭs),
A genus of tapeworms found in Japan (Diplogonoporus grandis) and probably also in Romania (Diplogonoporus brauni)
[diplo- + G. gonos, seed, + poros, pore]

Diplogonoporus

a genus of tapeworms in the family Diphyllobothriidae. Includes D. grandis, found as tapeworm of humans, probably an accidental final host. The real host is probably a seal.
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confirmed, using molecular tools, an imported case of infestation by Diplogonoporus balaenopterae and 3 imported cases of di phyllobothriosis caused by D.
nihonkaiense or Diplogonoporus balar no ferae than to those of D.
Other fish, such as salmo nids and marine fish, cannot transmit this parasite and serve as intermedi ate hosts of other species of Diphyllobothrium anA Diplogonoporus (4).