Subulura

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Subulura

a genus of roundworms in the family Subuluridae.

Subulura brumpti
occurs in the ceca of fowls, turkey, guinea fowl and related wild birds and has low pathogenicity.
Subulura differens
occurs in fowls and guinea fowl.
Subulura minetti
occurs in chickens.
Subulura strongylina
found in chickens, guinea fowl and wild birds.
Subulura suctoria
found in the ceca of chickens and wild birds.
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