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Toxocara vitulorum, the cattle roundwworm is the largest intestinal worm of cattle. Worms live in the small intestine, are white, slightly...

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M. laryngeus is a syngamid worm found attached to the mucosa of the larynx of cattle, buffaloes, sheep and goats.

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The parasitic adult population consists of parthenogenetic females only, which are hair-like, tiny, hardly discernible nematodes measuring 3.5-8 mm...

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Cooperia punctata are very small (up to 1 cm), pinkish worms with a 'swollen' head due to the presence of a small cephalic vesicle.

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Datasheet Type(s): Helminth

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White, stout worms, 1.0-2.4 cm in length, with tapered head and shallow buccal cavity. The vesicle-like cuticular inflation at the head end is large...

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Cover for Trichostrongylus colubriformis

Trichostrongylus colubriformis are very small (up to 1 cm), pinkish worms with a 'swollen' head due to the presence of a small cephalic vesicle.

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The pale and the tiny (up to 1 cm) Trichostrongylus axei has no vulval flap. These worms are only visible on close inspection of the mucosal surface...

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Cover for Stephanurus dentatus

Stephanurus dentatus, the swine kidney worm, is the only species within its subfamily. Due to the environmental requirements of the free-living...

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The largest nematode (1.8-3 cm) found in the abomasum, Haemonchus contortus is easily recognised. Females are pied, the white ovaries being spirally...