Neoascaris vitulorum

Ne·o·as·ca·ris vi·tu·lo·rum

(nē'ō-as'kă-ris vi'tyū-lō'rŭm),
The large roundworm occurring in the small intestine of cattle, water buffalo, and (rarely) sheep; although uncommon in the U.S., it is a serious cattle parasite in many other areas. Experimental infection has been produced in rodents and humans.
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Moniezia benedeni (C) Moniezia expansa (C) Neoascaris vitulorum (N) Oesophagostomum radiatum (N) Ostertagia sp.
The scientific names of these large roundworms are: Parascaris equorum (equines); Neoascaris vitulorum (cattle); Ascaris lumbricoides (swine, humans); Toxocara canis, T.