Raillietina

Raillietina

(rī-lē-ĕ-tī'nă),
A genus of tapeworms (family Davaineidae, order Cyclophyllidea), three species of which, Raillietina madagascariensis or Raillietina demerariensis, Raillietina asiatica, and Raillietina formosana, have been found in humans. However, the identification of many of these worms found in humans has been questioned.

Raillietina

(rī″lē-ĕ-tī′nă)
A genus of tapeworms belonging to the family Davaineidae.

Raillietina demerariensis

A species that infests humans, reported from several South American countries, esp. Ecuador.
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(2017) analyzed the endoparasites of wild birds of free life in the Campus and PZ of UFAC in the state of Acre, diagnosed the presence of Davaineidae (Raillietina sp.) in two species (Columbina talpacoti and Turdus ignobilis); however, for S.
Post-mortem examination did not reveal any pin point haemorrhages on the proventicular glands, rather on further examination tapeworms of Raillietina sp.
Parasitos de los generos Raillietina y Choanotaenia incluyen los cestodos grandes, pudiendo llegar a medir hasta 25 cm, pero se requiere de la microscopia para su identificacion diagnostica basandose en la diferencia de los proglotidos (Roque, 2015).
En palomas y en aves paseriformes se ha reportado Ascaridia columbae, Raillietina echidnobothrida e Eimeria spp.
The helminths Hymenolepis nana Von Siebold, 1852, Hymenolepis diminuta Rudolphi, 1819 and Capillaria hepatica Bancroft, 1893 have been reported as zoonotic, and Moniliformis moniliformis Bremser, 1811 and Raillietina sp.
The present investigations total 20 pigeons were dissect of which one species of cestodes: Raillietina tetragona and one species of nematode: Ascaridia columbae (both male and female) were recorded.
The common housefly, Musca domestica Linnaeus, 1758 (Diptera: Muscidae), is the responsible for the transportation of several enteropathogenic microorganisms (e.g., bacterias, virus, protozoo, helminths), and can acts as an intermediate host of several endoparasites, such as helminths Habronema in horses and Raillietina in birds.
La prueba [x.sup.2] indico que al menos un parasito se presento en una frecuencia diferente, encontrandose la Coccidia como el parasito de mayor prevalencia (93%), seguido por Ascaridia (12%), Trichuris (5%), Heterakis (3%), Tetrameres (2%), Amidostomum (1%), Raillietina (1%) y Toxocara (1%).
The prevalence of pigeon parasites was studied on south Khorasan, Iran, were Ascaridia colombae (16.66%), Cotugnia digonopora (13.79%), Raillietina achinobothridia (32.35%), Menopon galline (44.11%), Pseudolynchia canariensis (63.72%), Columbicola colombae (79.41%), Cryptosporidium oocyst (2.94%), Eimeria spp (40.19%) and Haemoproteus colombae (47.05%).
Frequency counts of internal parasites' eggs before the administration of powered betel nut Classification of Parasites TREATMENTS I II III IV 1G 2G 3G CD Total Ascaridia galli 17 68 17 82 184 Amaeboaenia shenoids 0 1 0 0 1 Capillaria annulata 24 1 5 91 121 Davainea prolottina 0 17 15 0 32 Heterakis Galliae 72 61 8 39 180 Prosthogonimus Sp 42 0 1 0 43 Raillietina tetragona 0 11 0 0 11 Suburula brumpti 0 3 0 0 3 TOTAL 155 162 46 212 575 Table 7.
Fisher (1941) recorded a tapeworm, Raillietina, from the gut of a male desert shrew from Nevada.
Primer registro en el Peru de Raillietina (R.) demerariensis (Cestoda: Taenioidea) en Rattus rattus norvegicus.