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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fasciolaris y Choanotaenia infundibulum son muy comunes en aves acuaticas, por lo que resulto de facil identificacion.
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.
(CASAS et al., 1968), e como hospedeiro intermediario do cestodeo Choanotaenia infundibulum (ELOWI, 1977).