Stephanostomum

Stephanostomum

a genus of intestinal flukes in the family Acanthocolpidae.

Stephanostomum baccatum
found in the intestines of marine fish but thought to be not pathogenic.
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Presencia de metacercarias del genero Stephanostomum (Digenea, Acanthocolpidae) en peces.
stephanostomum Multinodular oesophagostomiasis produces hundreds of small nodules in the large intestine.
All helminth parasites were counted with the exception of Stephanostomum baccatum metecercariae.
89), and prevalence of the larval digenean Stephanostomum baccatum (F=8.
the larval anisakine nematode Pseudoterranova decipiens, and prevalence of the larval digenean Stephanostomum baccatum) reveals a somewhat lower degree of discreteness (70% correct classification) between plaice from Smokey Channel and Louisbourg Hole, within NAFO subdivision 4Vn.
Studies of the trematodes Stephanostomum baccatum (Nicoll, 1907) III.
Stephanostomum casum (Linton, 1910) McFarlane, 1934.
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