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Trematode (Fasciolopsis buski) Rediae

Trematode (Fasciolopsis buski) Rediae

A parasitic trematode, Fasciolopsis buski is known as the giant intestinal fluke of man, but may also infect swine. In their adult form, the worms attach themselves to the tissues of the small intestine through the use of ventral suckers and may reach up to 7.5 centimeters in length.

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