Schistosoma intercalatum

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Schis·to·so·ma in·ter·ca·la·tum

a blood fluke species related to Schistosoma haematobium locally distributed in the Republic of Congo and other areas of central Africa, causing mild dysentery and abdominal pains, with enlargement of the spleen and liver; a planorbid snail, Bulinus (Physopsis) africanus, serves as the intermediate host.
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2003) limited their study on larval predation to Bulinus forskali (intermediate host of Schistosoma intercalatum Fischer) and Biomphalaria pfeifferi (intermediate host of S.
Studies on Schistosoma intercalatum Fisher, 1934 and its intermediate snail host in the Kisangani area, Zaire.