Calodium hepaticum

Calodium hepaticum (Bancroft, 1893) Moravec, 1982 (Figures 4-61 through 4-62) Callodiumhepaticum is better known by its synonym Capillariahepatica. This parasite lives within the parenchyma of the liver of rodents. The female worm deposits eggs in the liver where they...

Pearsonema feliscati

Pearsonema feliscati (Diesing, 1851) Freitas and Mendonça (1960) (Fig. 4-60) ETYMOLOGY: Named for Dr. Pearson and felis-cat for the feline host. SYNONYMS: Moravec (1982) accepted the species Pearsonemafeliscati as being distinct from Pearsonemaplica. After a long...

Aonchotheca putorii

Aonchotheca putorii (Rudolphi, 1819) López-Neyra, 1947 (Figure 4-59) ETYMOLOGY: a = un + oncho = spined + theca = sheath (referring to the unspined sheathe on the spicule of the male) and putorii for the original isolation from a ferret. SYNONYMS:Trichosomaputorii...

Eucoleus aerophilus

Eucoleus aerophilus (Creplin, 1839) Dujardin, 1845 (FIGURES 4-57 through 4-58) ETYMOLOGY:eu = good + coleus = sheath and aerophilus for lung loving. SYNONYMS: Capillariaaerophila (Creplin, 1839) HISTORY: The worm was found in a fox and name Trichosomaaeophilus by...

Aphasmidida

Aphasmidida The aphasmid nematodes of the cat are represented by the various capillarids, Eucoleus, Aonchotheca, and Pearsonema species, Trichuris, Anatrichosoma, and Trichinella. Other than some of the capillarids, most of these infections are rather rare in cats....


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