Choanotaenia infundibulum

Cho·a·no·tae·ni·a in·fun·dib·u·lum

(kō-ā'nō-tē'nē-ă in'fŭn-dib'yū-lŭm),
An important species of cosmopolitan tapeworm of fowl, occurring in the small intestine and transmitted by houseflies and stableflies; related to Dipylidium, the double-pored dog tapeworm.
[G. choanē, a funnel, + L., fr. G. tainia, tapeworm]
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femurrubrum, serve as intermediate hosts of the cosmopolitan poultry tapeworm, Choanotaenia infundibulum (Bloch) (Horsfall, and Jones 1937).
The life history of Choanotaenia infundibulum, a cestode parasitic in chickens.
En los hallazgos de necropsia se encontraron formas adultas de Ascaridia galli (40%), Heterakis gallinarum (50%), Capillaria spp (30%), Choanotaenia infundibulum (20%), Hymenolepis spp (20%) y Railletina spp (10%).
C) Ascaridia galli (N) Capillaria obsignata (N) Choanotaenia infundibulum (C) Choanotaenia sp.