Gymnophalloides seoi

Gymnophalloides seoi

trematode found in inhabitants of an island southwest of Korean peninsula; infection produces vague intestinal symptoms; it is a human parasite under natural conditions, not accidental infections, and bivalves are intermediate hosts.

Gym·no·phal·loi·des se·o·i

(jim-nō-fă-loy'dēz sē'ō-ī)
Trematode found in inhabitants of an island southwest of the Korean peninsula; infection produces vague intestinal symptoms; it is a human parasite under natural conditions. Migrating birds are natural definitive hosts.
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The exceptions are 2 taxa, Gymnophalloides seoi and G.
A nationwide survey of the prevalence of human Gymnophalloides seoi infection on western and southern coastal islands in the republic of Korea.