Caryospora

Caryospora

apicomplexan protozoan parasites affecting mostly reptiles and raptors.

Caryospora bigenetica
an occasional cause of pyogranulomatous dermatitis in puppies.
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Untersuchungen und Beobachtungen an Coccidien der Gattungen Eimeria, Isospora und Caryospora bei Vogein mit einer Beschreibung von sechzehn neuen Arten.
Caryospora undata Schwalbach, 1959 (Apicomplexa: Eimeriidae), was found in the feces of three of 25 (12 percent) tufted puffins, Lunda cirrhata (Charadriiformes: Alcidae) housed at Sea World of Florida.
Schwalbach (1959) first described Caryospora undata from the herring gull, Larus argentatus (Charadriiformes).
Oocysts were found to be Caryospora undata Schwalbach, 1959, which represents a new host record for the parasite.
The developmental cycle of Caryospora bubonis Cawthorn and Stockdale 1981 (Protozoa: Eimeriidae) in the Great Horned Owl, Bubo virginianus (Gmelin).
Caryospora undata, Schwalbach 1959, a coccidian from the intestine of a Guillemot, Uria aalge aalge, Pontoppidan, 1763.
Caryospora undata is unusual among avian caryosporans because of its thin wall and apparent lack of host specificity.
Findings were Caryospora megafalconis (n = 1), Serratospiculum species (n = 10), Pseudostrigea falconis (n = 1), Trichomonas species (n = 3), and Capillaria species (n = 1).
Two new species of Caryospora (Apicomplexa) from snakes in Cameroon, with redescriptions of two coccidians from Hemidactylus mabouia (Gekkonidae).