Anoplocephala

Anoplocephala

(an-op'lō-sef'ă-lă),
A genus of large tapeworms (family Anoplocephalidae) with strong linear segmentation, numerous scattered testes, and eggs with a pyriform apparatus; they are parasitic in herbivores, with terrestrial mites serving as intermediate hosts.
[G. anoplos, unarmed, + kephalē, head]

Anoplocephala

a genus of the tapeworm family of Anoplocephalidae. Includes A. magna (horses, donkeys), A. perfoliata (horses).
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50) no estudo caso-controle realizado com a finalidade de avaliar a ocorrencia de Anoplocephala perfoliata em equinos em Ontario, Canada.
Occurrence of Anoplocephala perfoliata infection in horses in Ontario, Canada and associations with colic and management practices.
Important members of cestodes which are responsible for equine cestodiasis include: Anoplocephala (A.
aries y Lama pacos; Anoplocephala magna (Abildgaard, 1789) Sprengel, 1905 en Equus caballus y E.
This cestode, or flatworm, Anoplocephala magna, is called the "large horse tapeworm" and occurs most often in the small intestine.
N) Cebus capucinus Dipetalonema gracile (N) Prostenorchis elegans (A) Strongyloides cebus (N) Chironecter minima Paragonimus caliensis (D) Conepatus semistriatus Paragonimus mexicanus (D) Didelphis marsupialis Anatrichosoma buccalis (N) Mathevotaenia pennsylvanica (C) Paragonimus caliensis (D) Paragonimus mexicanus (D) Rhopalias coronatus (D) Rhopalias horridus (D) Spelotrema skrjabini * (D) Eptesicus propinquus Limatulum costarricensis * (D) Prosthodendrium cordiforme (D) Urotrema scabridum (D) Equus caballus Anoplocephala magna (C) Anoplocephala perfoliata (C) Anoplocephaloides mamillana (C) Cylicocyclus insigne (N) Dictyocaulus arnfieldi (N) Habronema megastoma (N) Habronema microstoma (N) Nematodirus sp.
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7 With his photograph of Anoplocephala perfoliata (tapeworm) in equine cecum, James Hayden, Lansdowne, Pa.
Recent studies by the University of Kentucky suggested that more than 50% of the Thoroughbreds in the state suffer from the most common equine tapeworm, Anoplocephala perfoliata.
Recent developments in research into the Cyathostominae and Anoplocephala perfoliata.