Cyathostoma

Cyathostoma

(sī'ă-thos'tō-mă),
One of three genera of gapeworms of poultry and other birds in the nematode family Syngamidae, so called because of the gaping habit of fowl infected by these upper respiratory tract parasites.
[G. kyathos, cup, cup-shaped, + stoma, mouth]
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The predominant nematode species identified included Trichostrongylous axei (19.81%), Dictyocaulus arnfieldi (13.62%), Strongylous spp.(11.14%), Parascaris equorum (7.57%), Cyathostoma spp.
(11.14%), Parascaris equorum (7.57%), Cyathostoma (3.85%), Delofondia vulgaris (0.14%) and Strongyloides westeri (0.14%) (Fig.
While the prevalence of mixed infection in horses remained 3.2%, the nematodes like Trichostrongylous axei, Strongylous spp., Parascaris equorum, and Cyathostoma had a prevalence of a$?1% (Table 2).