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Synonyms for endoparasite

any of various parasites that live in the internal organs of animals (especially intestinal worms)

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A comparative study of endoparasites in three species of sympatric Bufo (Anura: Bufonidae), from Texas.
Regarding the endoparasites, these were identified: a species of digenean Helicometrina tiimia Linton, 1910 in the stomach and intestine, a monogenean Pseudempleurosoma sp.
In summary, although no new geographic records are documented, this study provides the first report of endoparasites from P.
The endoparasites of certain South African snakes, together with some remarks on their structure and effects on their hosts.
However, it is important to stress that due to the low numbers of studies on endoparasites of lizards in South America (Vrcibradic, 2007), many groups of lizard from so many distinct environments still need to be more fully investigated.
Within 24 hours, specimens were mailed on ice to the VAMC-Dallas where they were killed by sodium pentobarbital overdose and examined for endoparasites.
As follow-ups, campaigns of de-worming against endoparasites and ectoparasites will be carried out every three months.
Further, there were 12,458 animals, composed of livestock, poultry and pet animals were dewormed, to eliminate endoparasites and ectoparasites.