Setaria1

Setaria1

a genus of filarioid worms in the family Onchocercidae found usually in the peritoneal cavity of ungulates. They cause no apparent clinical illness unless they invade abnormal tissues such as the central nervous system.

Setaria1 altaica
found in the deer Cervus canadensis asiaticus.
Setaria1 cervi
found in deer and possibly buffalo. Possibly also in the spinal cord of deer causing spinal nematodiasis.
Setaria1 congolensis
found in pigs.
Setaria1 cornuta
found in antelope.
Setaria1 digitata
found in cattle, buffalo. May also occur in the urinary bladder in these species and in the central nervous system of sheep, goats and horses. Causes cerebrospinal nematodiasis.
Setaria1 equina
found in horses and in the eyes, scrotum, pleural cavity and lungs as well as the peritoneal cavity. Found also in the eyes of cattle.
Setaria1 labiato-papillosa
found in cattle, deer, giraffe, antelope.
Setaria1 marshalli
found in sheep.
Setaria1 tundrae
found in reindeer.
Setaria1 yehi
found in deer, moose, caribou, bison.