Isospora rivolta

I·sos·po·ra riv·ol·'ta

a species that occurs in the small intestine of dogs, cats, dingoes, and probably other wild carnivores; pathogenic capabilities are similar to those of Isospora bigemina.
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Isospora species which causes clinical coccidiosis in cats are mainly Isospora felis and Isospora rivolta. The prevalence reported in this study is higher than that reported in China [3].