Troglotrema

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Troglotrema

/Trog·lo·tre·ma/ (trog″lo-tre´mah) a genus of flukes, including T. salmin´cola (salmon fluke), a parasite of various fish, especially salmon and trout, which is a vector of Neorickettsia helminthoeca.

Troglotrema

a genus of trematodes in the family Troglotrematidae.

Troglotrema acutum
found in the frontal and ethmoidal sinuses of fox, mink and polecat and may destroy the walls of the sinuses.
Troglotrema salmincola
see nanophyetussalmincola.