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Hosted Species (last updated June 8 2017)
Species Host type
Clonorchis sinensis Trematode
Echinostoma caproni Trematode
Fasciola gigantica Trematode
Fasciola hepatica Trematode
Fasciolopsis buski Trematode
Haplorchis taichui Trematode
Opisthorchis felineus Trematode
Opisthorchis viverrini Trematode
Paragonimus heterotremus Trematode
Paragonimus kellicotti Trematode
Paragonimus miyazakii Trematode
Paragonimus westermani Trematode
Schistosoma curassoni Trematode
Schistosoma haematobium Trematode
Schistosoma japonicum Trematode
Schistosoma mansoni Trematode
Schistosoma margrebowiei Trematode
Schistosoma mattheei Trematode
Schistosoma rodhaini Trematode
STrichobilharzia regenti Trematode


Life cycles of five different food-borne trematodes including intestinal flukes (Echinostoma hortensee, Fasciolopsis buski and Heterophyes heterophyes), a liver fluke (Clonorchis sinensis) and a lung fluke (Paragonimus westermani) (Keiser and Utzinger, 2009).


Molecular phylogeny of the class Trematoda based on ribosomal RNA sequence data.


The order Digenea. Species are grouped into major taxonomic groups based on phylogenic analysis of data for the small subunit of ribosomal DNA (SSU) (modified from Keiser and Utzinger, 2009).


 
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