Centrocestus

Centrocestus

(sen'trō-ses'tŭs),
A genus of extremely small fish-borne flukes (family Heterophyidae) that may produce intestinal lesions similar to those caused by Heterophyes heterophyes. Centrocestus formosana has been reported in humans in Taiwan.
[G. kentron, point, center, + kestos, belt, both words fr. kenteō, to pierce]
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Distribuicao temporal de Melanoides tuberculata (Mollusca: Thiaridae) naturalmente infectados por Centrocestus formosanus (Trematoda: Heterophyidae) no Brasil.
salmoides (n= 8) entre otras 17 especies de peces, describiendose a Centrocestus formosanus (Nishigori, 1924), Serpinema trispinosum (Leidy, 1852), Spinitectus sp.
Downstream spread of the digenetic trematode, Centrocestus formosanus, into the Guadalupe River, Texas.
viverrini flukes, metacercariae of the zoonotic intestinal flukes Centrocestus formosanus, Haplorchis taichui, and H.
tuberculata in the state of Minas Gerais; these larvae were identified as Centrocestus formosanus (Nishigori, 1924) and Philophthalmus gralli Mathis and Leger, 1910, respectively.
ZOOGEOGRAPHY OF THE INVASIVE SNAIL, MELANOIDES TUBERCULATA (MULLER, 1774) AND ITS CONCOMITANT TREMATODE PATHOGEN, CENTROCESTUS FORMOSANUS (NISHIGORI, 1924).
Lo que si esta confirmado es que son hospederos de Centrocestus formosanus (Nishigori 1924) el cual infecta peces saturando sus branquias y asfixiandolos, por lo que causa grandes perdidas economicas a las pesquerias y acuacultura en varios paises de America (Karatayev et al.
As part of an extensive study on trematode fauna of fresh water molluscs from Sucre State, 633 molluscs, Melanoides tuberculata (Muller, 1774), a primary intermediate hosts of Philophthalmus gralli Mathis et Leger, 1910, and Centrocestus formosanus (Nishigori, 1924) Price.
The taxonomy, distributional history, present occurrence, life cycle, morphology of developmental stages and epizootiology of the heterophyid trematode Centrocestus formosanus (Nishigori, 1924) in Mexico are reviewed.
Centrocestus formosanus, an Asian gill trematode dependent on an operculate snail, red-rim melania snail (Melanoides tuberculatus), as an intermediate host, is thought to have been introduced into North America at least as early as the 1970s (Roessler et al.
The following FZT species were identified: Clonorchis sinensis (Opisthorchiidae), Centrocestus formosanus, Haplorchis pumilio (Heterophyidae), and Haplorchis yokogawi (Heterophyidae).