Paramphistomatidae

Par·am·phis·to·mat·i·dae

(par'am-fis'tō-mat'i-dē),
A family of parasitic trematodes characterized by large fleshy bodies with a large posterior sucker; included are the genera Paramphistomum, Gastrodiscoides, and Watsonius.
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Prevalencia de trematodes de la familia Paramphistomatidae en bovinos del distrito de Yurimaguas, provincia de alto Amazonas, Loreto.
Paramphistomosis (or amphistomosis) is a disease caused by digenean trematodes of Paramphistomatidae family parasitising the rumen of ruminants worldwide.
2% 1% 1% 5% Macroderoididae Glypthelmins quieta 0% 0% 26% 0% Macroderoides typicus 37% 40% 12% 62% Paramaroderoides echinus 23% 47% 13% 36% Ochetosomatidae 18% 37% 9% 72% Dasymetra conferta Ochetosoma aniarum Ochetosoma ellipticum Pneumatophilus variabilis Paramphistomatidae 8% 3% 5% 2% Allassostomoides chelydrae Megalodiscus intermedius Telorchidae 15% 8% 10% 80% Auridistomum chelydrae Protenes angustus Telorchis clavi Telorchis corti Nematode Larvae: Dioctophymidae Eustrongylides sp.