Raillietiella

Raillietiella

a genus of pentastomid internal parasites in the class Pentastomida found in ophidians, lacertilians and birds.
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However, Raillietiella was not proven as the causative agent in the reported disease (and human infection with this parasite in general) because the parasite (adult or larval) was not found in the skin; speculation was based on the finding of local lizards harboring this parasite (15).
The pentastomes of reptiles have zoonotic potential, but among these parasites only Armillifer, Raillietiella, and Porocephalus have been associated with human infections (Riley, 1986; Qiu et al.
Man can be infected with Raillietiella species by having their hands contaminated from the faeces or saliva of the reptile, and accidentally ingesting the eggs [9].
one of Cestoda, Oochoristica agamae; one of Trematoda, Mesocoelium monas; and one of Pentastomida, Raillietiella sp.
the nematodes Parapharyngodon sceleratus Travassos, 1923, Physaloptera retusa Rudolphi, 1819, Physalopteroides venancioi Lent, Freitas, & Proenca, 1946, and Spauligodon oxkutzcabiensis (Chitwood, 1938) and the pentastomid Raillietiella mottae Almeida, Freitas and Lopes, 2008, (Table 1).
Comparative spermatology of a pentastomid, Raillietiella hemidactyli, and a branchiurian crustacean, Argulus foliaceus, with a discussion of pentastomid relationships.
Another collection, smaller and under construction in recent years, comprises the Zoology Laboratory of the Regional University of Cariri (LZ URCA) with a total of 67 specimens of the following species Cephalobaena tetrapoda (Heymons, 1922) (LZ URCA 43-44, 158-163), Raillietiellafurcocerca (Diesing, 1835) (LZ URCA 164-170), Raillietiella gigliolii (Hett, 1924) (LZ URCA 99-101; 320-330), Raillietiella mottae (Almeida, Freire and Lopes, 2008) (LZ URCA 201-212; 351-353; 401-402), Raillietiella sp.