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Wikipedia Abstract

Paramphistomatidae is a family of flukes which are parasitic on 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 posterior sucker.
View Wikipedia Record: Paramphistomatidae


Allassostoma (1)
Allassostomoides (2)
Calicophoron (1)
Chiorchis (1)
Cotylophoron (2)
Megalodiscus (2)
Ophioxenos (1)
Paramphistomum (2)
Pisciamphistoma (1)
Pseudophisthodiscus (1)
Stichorchis (1)
Wardius (1)
Zygocotyle (1)

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