Paramphistomatidae is a family of flukes which are parasitic to herbivorous mammals, and sometimes humans. All members are obligate parasites requiring a mammalian host and snails for completion of their life cycle. The adult worms are found in the intestinal tract and liver. The body is characterised by leaf-like fleshy structure with a large pos
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A family of flukes of the class trematoda found in the intestinal tract and liver of animals and man. Some of the genera are homalagaster, gastrodiscus, paramphistomum, watsonius, nilocotyle, gigantocotyle, gastrothylax, macropotrema, ceylonocotyle, zygocotyle, cotylophoron, and calicophoron. ... (12 Dec 1998) ...
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Type: Term Pronunciation: par′am-fis′tō-mat′i-dē Definitions: 1. A family of parasitic trematodes characterized by large fleshy bodies with a large posterior sucker; included are the genera Paramphistomum, Gastrodiscoides, and Watsonius.
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