Acuaria spiralis

Ac·u·a·ri·a spi·ra·lis

(ak'yū-ā'rē-ă spī-rā'lis),
A nematode parasite in the proventriculus, esophagus, and sometimes, the intestine, of chickens, turkeys, pheasants, and other birds.
[L. acus, needle; Mod. L. spiralis, spiral]
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A three-year-old Pekin robin died after suffering from a gizzard inflammation and obstruction by Acuaria spiralis worms (Figure 2).
Inset: numerous nematodes (arrows) Acuaria spiralis agglomerated near the pylorus.
gallinae 37.12 percent, Acuaria spiralis 12.87 percent, and Capillaria anulata 5.84 percent.The variation in the intensity of infections may be due to many factors like breed differences, seasonal variations, and managemental practices, ecological conditions in the area and anthelmentic treatment.
Histopathological changes in the proventriculus of fowl given experimental monospecific infection with Acuaria spiralis. Vet.
Economic importance of Tetrameres mohtedai and Acuaria spiralis infections of fowl.