hemoparasite

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he·mo·par·a·site

(hē'mō-par'ă-sīt)
A parasite that inhabits the bloodstream of the host.
Synonym(s): haemoparasite.

hemoparasite

an animal parasite, specifically a bacterium, an apicomplexan, hemoflagellate or filarid worm, living in the blood of a vertebrate, e.g. Babesia spp., Mycoplasma spp., Trypanosoma spp.
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Vectors commonly known to transmit haemoparasites to birds include mosquitos (Culicidae), black flies (Simuliidae), biting midges (Ceratopogonidae), and Hippoboscid flies (Hippoboscidae), which are widely distributed geographically (Lee et al.
Routine investigations (total leucocytes count, differential leucocytes count, platelets count, and haemoparasites in peripheral smear, liver function test) were done and detection of CHIKV IgM antibodies in serum by ELISA method was carried out in all subjects.