gymnophalloides

gym·no·phal·loi·des

(jim'nō-fal-oy'dēz),
Small trematode (family Gymnophallidae) normally found in birds; often reported in human intestine in Korea; the intermediate host is presumed to be a marine oyster or clam.

Gym·no·phal·loi·des

(jim-nō-fă-loy'dēz)
Small trematode (family Gymnophallidae) normally found in birds; often reported in human intestine in Korea; the intermediate host is presumed to be a marine oyster or clam.
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