Triodontophorus

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Triodontophorus

one of the genera of large strongyles of horses in the family Strongylidae. They are all parasites of the large intestine of equids.

Triodontophorus brevicauda
in the horse and ass.
Triodontophorus minor
in donkey.
Triodontophorus serratus
in horse, ass, mule, zebra.
Triodontophorus tenuicollis
found in the right dorsal colon of horses where it causes deep, hemorrhagic ulcers.
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