Paramphistomum

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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]

Paramphistomum

a genus of ruminal flukes (digenetic trematodes) in the family Paramphistomatidae.

Paramphistomum cervi, Paramphistomum ichikawai, Paramphistomum microbothrium
important parasites of cattle, sheep, goats and buffalo.
Paramphistomum cotylophoron
Paramphistomum explanatum, Paramphistomum gotoi, Paramphistomum hiberniae, Paramphistomum liorchis, Paramphistomum microbothrioides, Paramphistomum scotiae
other paramphistomes of cattle.