Stephanofilaria

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Stephanofilaria

(stef'ă-nō-fi-lār'ē-ă),
A genus of Filaroid nematodes in the family Stephanofilariidae, subcutaneous parasites of large mammals, especially cattle.

Stephanofilaria

a genus of nematodes in the family Filariidae; cause chronic dermatitis of cattle called cascado.

Stephanofilaria assamensis
causes chronic dermatitis in buffaloes, goats and cattle. In cattle the disease is called humpsore.
Stephanofilaria dedoesi
found in the skin of cattle.
Stephanofilaria dinniki
causes filarioid dermatitis in black rhinoceros.
Stephanofilaria kaeli
found on the legs of cattle.
Stephanofilaria okinawaensis
causes dermatitis of the muzzle and teats of cattle.
Stephanofilaria stilesi
causes dermatitis on the ventral abdominal wall of cattle.
Stephanofilaria zaheeri
found on the inner side of the ear pinna of buffaloes.
References in periodicals archive ?
Studies on the life history of Stephanofilaria assamensis, the causative parasite of humpsore of Indian cattle.
treatment and control of "humpsore" in cattle due to Stephanofilaria assamensis.
On the occurrence of Stephanofilaria assamensis var: bubaliensis in Cuddapaph district: Andhra Pradesh.
Stephanofilaria assamensis (Pande, 1936) in the family Setariidae causes 'hump sore', a chronic dermatitis of cattle, buffaloes and goats in India (Soulsby, 1982).
The parasite was identified as Stephanofilaria assamensis (Pande, 1936).