Lagochilascaris

Lagochilascaris

(lă″gō-kī-lăs′kă-rĭs) [Gr. lagōs, hare, + cheilos, lip, + askaris, intestinal worm]
A genus of parasitic worms that may infect the skin, esp. in residents of or travelers to the Caribbean.
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Two new records of helminth parasites of domestic cat from Uruguay: Alaria alata (Goeze, 1782) (Digenea, Diplostomidae) and Lagochilascaris major Leiper, 1910 (Nematoda, Ascarididae).
Actualmente, veinte especies de ascarididos han sido registradas para el Peru, estas se incluyen en los generos Anisakis, Contracaecum, Hysterothylacium, Pseudoterranova, Raphidascaroides, Acanthocheilus, Porrocaecum, Toxocara, Ascaris, Lagochilascaris, Parascaris y Toxascaris (Sarmiento et al.
(N) Onchocerca cervicalis (N) Oxyuris equi (N) Parascaris equorum (N) Setaria equina (N) Strongylus edentatus (N) Strongylus equinus (N) Strongylus vulgaris (N) Triodontophorus tenuicollis (N) Felis catus Amphimerus costarricensis * (D) Ancylostoma caninum (N) Dipylidium caninum (N) Paragonimus mexicanus (D) Taenia taeniaeformis (C) Toxocara mystax (N) Felis concolor Echinococcus oligarthrus (C) Felis pardalis Lagochilascaris sp.