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Excysted amphistome metacercariae


, : Excysted amphistome metacercariae. Indian Journal of Parasitology 7(1): 115-116

Excysted amphistome metacercariae from the rumen of sheep in Srinagar, India, are described. Live specimens were 2.0-2.57 mm long and up to 0.69 mm wide. They resembled metacercariae in the presence of an acetabulum at the posterior end, absence of an oral sucker, and the anterior position of the pharynx, but their size suggested that they were immature amphistomes.

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