Paramphistomum

Paramphistomum

(par'am-fis'tō-mŭm),
The rumen fluke, a genus of digenetic trematodes (family Paramphistomatidae) parasitic in the rumen or paunch of cattle; species include Paramphistomum microbothrioides, Paramphistomum cervi, and Paramphistomum liorchis.
[para- + G. amphistomos, having a double mouth, fr. amphi, two-sided, + stoma, mouth]
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hepatica) (Linnaeus, 1758), Paramphistomum ichikawai (Fukui, 1922), Paramphistomum cervi (Schrank, 1790) and Liorchis scotiae (Willmott, 1950).
En Colombia se han registrado paramfistomidos de los generos Paramphistomum y Cotylophorum en bovinos de la Costa Caribe y Llanos Orientales (Parra et al., 1982) y en fincas de Rio Negro, Antioquia (Alarcon y Velasquez, 2009).
The prevalence percentage of Paramphistomum (10.00%) was lowest amongst all other gastrointestinal parasites followed by Taenia (13.33%) and Trichostrongylus (20.00%).
In a study on the prevalence of GIT parasites of bovines Paramphistomum Species infestation was found to be the highest (30%) followed by Toxocara (12%), Fasciola.
aspera shows antiparasitic activity (dried leaf, flower and seed extract) against the larvae of cattle tick Rhipicephalus (Boophilus) microplus (Canestrini, 1887) (Acari: lxodidae), sheep internal parasite Paramphistomum cervi.8
cervi infestation in sheep local breeds of Balochistan in order to identify the taxonomic features of the Paramphistomum species recovered from native sheep.
Paramphistomum cervi (Trematoda: Digenea: Paramphistomatidae), the representative species of the genus Paramphistomum, has adult flukes that customarily inhabit the rumen and immature worms that parasitize the gallbladder and reticulum of ruminants, including cattle, sheep, goat, and some wild mammals [1, 2].
Se logro determinar tambien la presencia de huevos del trematodo Paramphistomum spp., en un total de 5,9% de los animales (34/577), con los mayores porcentajes agosto de 2005 y 2006 (15,8% y 8,8% respectivamente), y los menores porcentajes en octubre de 2005 y abril de 2006 (0,0% y 2,0% respectivamente).
En los ciervos de los pantanos del Ibera se detecto la presencia de Paramphistomum sp.