Syngamidae

The Syngamidae are a family of nematodes which commonly parasitize mammals, birds, and rarely humans. They are classified in the Strongyloidae superfamily and Strongylata order. Notable species within the Syngamidae family include Syngamus trachea, commonly known as the gapeworm, which infests birds, and Mammomonogamus laryngeus, which is a parasi...
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Syngamidae

A family of nematodes (order Strongyloidea) parasitic in the respiratory system of birds and mammals. ... Origin: see Syngamus ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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Syngamidae

Type: Term Pronunciation: sin-gam′i-dē Definitions: 1. A family of gape worms affecting the respiratory system of chickens and other birds, such as pheasants and reas, and mammals.
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