Taenia taeniaeformis

(redirected from Taenia crassicollis)

Tae·ni·a tae·ni·ae·for·'mis

one of the common tapeworms of household cats; the larval form is called Cysticercus fasciolaris.
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Karl Moritz Diesing (1800-1867), a zoologist and successor to Bremser in Vienna, listed the helminth collected by Natterer in his famous Systema Helminthum of 1850 initially under the juvenile form of Taenia crassicollis ("Taeniolae in fele concolore lectae probabiliter pullae") found in F.