Phy·so·ceph·a·lus sex·a·la·tus(fī'sō-sef'ă-lŭs sek'să-lā'tŭs),
A small species of spiruroid nematodes (family Spiruridae) found in the stomach of pigs, horses, camels, rabbits, and hares; worldwide in distribution, and especially prevalent in hogs.
[G. physa, bellows, + kephalē, head]
a spirurid nematode in the family Spirocercidae. Causes gastritis manifested by anorexia, increased thirst, loss of weight and rarely death.
found in the dromedary.
found in the stomach of the pig.