Ancylostomatidae


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Ancylostomatidae

(ang″kĭ-lō″stō″mat′ĭ-dē, an″sĭ-) [ Ancyclostoma + -idae]
A family of nematodes belonging to the suborder Strongylata. It includes the genera Ancylostoma and Necator.
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The Families Trichuridae and Ancylostomatidae and the Phylum Acanthocephala are also among the endoparasites most frequently found in other studies (see Table 2).
Faecal samples Subareas n % (95 CI) n % (95 CI) Toxocara canis 8 1.72 6 5.00 (0.88-3.37) (2.05-11.02) Toxascaris leonina 3 0.64 3 2.50 (0.22-1.89) (0.65-7.68) Ancylostomatidae 0.43 (0.12-1.56) 2 1.67 (0.29-6.5) Trichuris vulpis 17 3.67 (2.22-5.93) 16 13.33 (8.05-21.04) Strongyloides spp.
Rhinoclemmys nasuta Ancylostomatidae Rhinoclemmys Strongyloides sp.
Heligmosomum gamma Travassos, 1918) (Heligmonellidae: Strongylida), Monodontus rarus Travassos, 1929 (Ancylostomatidae: Strongylida) and Filaria diacantha Molin, 1858 (Onchocercidae: Spirurida) (Stossich, 1897; Hall, 1916; Travassos, 1918, 1929; Durette-Desset and Justine, 1991; Guerrero and Bain, 2001; Durette-Desset, 2009).
Helminth species(CHIOC access number) Habitat ANCYLOSTOMATOIDEA Looss, 1905 Ancylostomatidae Nicoll, 1927 Ancylostoma caninum (Ercolani, 1859) (CHIOC 35524) SI TRICHOSTRONGYLOIDEA Cram, 1927 Molineidae Durette-Desset and Chabaud, 1977 Trichohelix tuberculata (Parona & Stossich, 1901) SI (CHIOC 35525) Hadrostrongylus ransomi (Travassos, 1935) n.