Trichostrongylus tenuis


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Trich·o·stron·gy·lus ten·u·is

a species that is a widespread pathogenic parasite of the ceca and small intestines of fowl, including ducks, geese, turkeys, pheasants, and partridges.

Trichostrongylus

a genus of nematode parasites belonging to the family Trichostrongylidae, which infects animals and humans.

Trichostrongylus affinis
found in the small intestine of rabbits, occasionally in sheep.
Trichostrongylus axei
found in the abomasum of cattle, sheep, goats, deer, antelope and in the stomach of pigs, horses, donkeys and rarely humans.
Trichostrongylus capricola
found in the small intestine of sheep and goats.
Trichostrongylus colubriformis
found in the small intestine, sometimes abomasum also, in cattle, sheep, goat, antelope, camel. Also recorded in pig, human, dog and rabbit.
Trichostrongylus drepanoformis
found in the small intestine of sheep.
Trichostrongylus falculatus
found in the small intestine of sheep, goat and antelopes.
Trichostrongylus hamatus
found in the intestine of sheep and steinbok.
Trichostrongylus longispicularis
found in sheep and cattle.
Trichostrongylus orientalis
found in the small intestine of humans and rarely sheep.
Trichostrongylus probolurus
found in the small intestine of sheep, goats, camels and rarely humans.
Trichostrongylus retortaeformis
found in the small intestines of rabbits, hares.
Trichostrongylus rugatus
found in the small intestines of sheep and goats.
Trichostrongylus skrjabini
found in sheep, moufflon, roe deer.
Trichostrongylus tenuis
found in the small intestine and ceca of domestic and wild birds.
Trichostrongylus vitrinus
found in the small intestine of sheep, goats, deer, and occasionally in pigs, rabbits, camels and humans.
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Blood eosinophilia in adult bantams naturally infected with Trichostrongylus tenuis.
The direct and indirect effects of caecal nematode Trichostrongylus tenuis on Red Grouse.
Faecal egg counts provide a reliable measure of Trichostrongylus tenuis intensities in free-living red grouse Lagopus lagopus scoticus.
We estimated burdens of the cecal threadworm Trichostrongylus tenuis in late April and May from egg counts in cecal droppings from known birds on C and E.
Regulation and stability of a free-living host-parasite systems: Trichostrongylus tenuis in red grouse.
Caecal threadworms Trichostrongylus tenuis in red grouse Lagopus lagopus scoticus: effects of weather and host density upon estimated worm burdens.
2000, Moss & Watson 2001) and parasites, in particular the caecal threadworm Trichostrongylus tenuis (Potts et al.
In wild red grouse, Lagopus lagopus scoticus, Wilson (1983) reported that 90% of the birds examined carried the caecal threadworm Trichostrongylus tenuis, with old birds carrying 30 times the burden of the young (no age effects were seen in the present study).
The direct and indirect effects of the caecal nematode Trichostrongylus tenuis on red grouse.
Although this may suggest that good red grouse years are also good black grouse years, good red grouse years in northern England are linked to parasitic worm Trichostrongylus tenuis driven cycles (Potts et al.