Inermicapsifer

Inermicapsifer

(in-ĕr'mi-cap'si-fĕr),
Genus of tapeworm (order Cyclophyllidae) first recognized in humans in 1935; an arthropod is thought to be involved in transmission (rodent to human, human to human).

In·er·mi·cap·si·fer

(in-er-mī-kap'si-fer)
Genus of tapeworm (order Cyclophyllidae) first recognized in humans in 1935; an arthropod is thought to be involved in disease transmission (rodent to human, human to human).

Inermicapsifer

a genus of tapeworms in the family Anoplocephalidae.

Inermicapsifer cubensis, Inermicapsifer madagascariensis
found in rodents and hyracoids and occasionally in humans.
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Notes: Originally recorded as Inermicapsifer tetragona (Molin, 1858).