Fasciolidae


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Los parasitos pertenecientes a la familia Fasciolidae, son un grupo relativamente pequeno de trematodos digeneidos cuyo origen se ha hipotizado, son los elefantes (Mammalia, Prosbocidea) en Africa, y posteriormente distribuidos a herbivoros euroasiaticos; presentando un patron de ciclo de vida similar, con la infeccion del hospedador vertebrado, a traves de la ingestion de metacercarias, desde la vegetacion; dentro de los cuales esta Fasciola hepatica, que es considerado el trematodo con mayor significancia historica y en medicina veterinaria [17].
Evolutionary origins, diversification, and biogeography of liver flukes (Digenea, Fasciolidae).
Subsequently, spine-like bodies have been observed in the spermatozoa of several digenean families: Allocreadiidae (Quilichini et al., 2007d), Apocreadiidae (Kacem et al., 2010), Cryptogonimidae (Quilichini et al., 2009; Ternengo et al., 2009), Diplodiscidae (Bakhoum et al., 2011), Fasciolidae (Ndiaye et al., 2003a, 2004), Gastrothylacidae (Seck et al., 2008a), Notocotylidae (Ndiaye et al., 2003b), Opecoelidae (Miguel et al., 2000; Levron et al., 2004b; Quilichini et al., 2007a, c), Opistholebetidae (Quilichini et al., 2010b), and Paramphistomidae (Seck et al., 2007, 2008b).
1758 (Digenea, Fasciolidae): transmission and scanning electron microscopy, and tubulin immunocytochemistry.
PCR-based differentiation of Fasciola species (Trematoda: Fasciolidae), using primers based on RAPD-derived sequences.
Caracoles de esta familia son hospederos intermediarios de Fasciola hepatica Linne, 1758 (Trematoda, Digenea, Fasciolidae) productoras de fasciolasis o distomatosis.
(Echinostomiformes: Fasciolidae) in the White-tailed Deer
Larvae that are known to infect lymnaeid snails belong to superfamilies Schistosomatoidea, Fasciolidae, Clinostomoidea, Paramphistomoidea, Echinostomatoidea, Diplostomoidea, and Pronocephaloidea [8], which cause diseases when transmitted to humans and animals [9].