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Related to Fasciola gigantica: Fasciolopsis buski, Taenia solium, Taenia saginata, Dicrocoelium dendriticum, Clonorchis sinensis
a species, resembling Fasciola hepatica but of larger size, found in herbivores, especially in Africa, where it also infects humans.
a genus of flukes (digenetic trematode) in the family Fasciolidae.
found in the liver of domestic livestock and is the common liver fluke of Africa. Similar anatomically to F. hepatica but much larger. Causes fascioliasis.
found in the liver parenchyma and bile ducts of sheep, cattle and most other domesticated species and humans. In humans and horses, the unusual hosts, the flukes may be in lungs or other unusual sites and they are often in the lungs of cattle. Causes fascioliasis.
found in elephants. Causes a disease similar to ovine fascioliasis.