gigantica (5.2%), Haemonchus contortus (23.4%), Eimeria crandallis (18.2%), Gongylonema
pulchrum (7.5%), and Trichostrongylus sp.
Strongyloides papillosus Trichuris globulosa Oesophagostomum radiatum Gongylonema verrucosum Trichuris discolor Teladorsagia ostertagi Fasciola gigantica Gastrothylax crumenifer Paramphistomum explanatum Cotylophoron cotylophorum
Avitellina centripunctata Strongyloides papillosus and Gongylonema verrucosum.
peromysci Kruidenier & Peebles, 1958.
neoplasticum (Fibiger and Ditlevsen, 1914)
A Massachusetts woman became infected with the nematode Gongylonema
, a parasite that is usually contracted by eating an infected insect, such as a roach or a beetle.
For the helminths not attaining maturity in Sceloporus jarrovii, 16 (4%) lizards were infected with Ascarops sp., five (1%) with Mesocestoides sp., two (1%) with Centrorhynchus sp., one ([less than] 1%) with Gongylonema
Peromyscus truei, in general, has been reported to be infected with Hymenolepis horrida (a tapeworm), Protospirura numidica, and Gongylonema
peromysci (both parasitic nematodes) (Whitaker 1968).
Haemonchus and Trichostrongylus were the most frequently recorded genera followed by Chabertia, Oesophagostomum, Schistosoma, Moniezia, Cooperia, Bunnostomum, Toxocara, Ostertagia, Nematodirus, Trichuris, Strongyliodes, Avitellina, Fasciola, Thelazia (n=02), Syngamus, Gaigeria, Skrjabinema, Cotylophoron, Metastrongylus and Gongylonema
as mixed or single species infections in different species of animals.