Notocotylus

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Notocotylus

a genus of intestinal flukes (digenetic trematodes) in the family Notocotylidae.

Notocotylus attenuatus
found in the ceca and rectum of fowl, duck, goose and wild aquatic birds. Can cause erosion, diarrhea and emaciation in young birds.
Notocotylus impricatus
found in domestic poultry.
Notocotylus thienemanni
found in domestic and wild ducks.