endoparasite

NOUN
  1. any of various parasites that live in the internal organs of animals (especially intestinal worms)
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How To Use endoparasite In A Sentence

  • This means that vitamins and chewing toys must be eliminated and that flavored medications such as certain ecto/endoparasite preventatives should be replaced by other, equally effective non-flavored preparations. The Seattle Times
  • All of the 5000 or so known species of tapeworms are endoparasites.
  • She confirmed that endoparasites and ectoparasites also attack and reduce sheep production.
  • Rhizocephala belong to the group Cirripedia and are endoparasites on decapods (shrimps and crabs).
  • By the way, we asked if an endoparasite book is planned, but it is not. 9: Domestic animals
  • However, they are endoparasites, spending most of their lives inside the roots.
  • We believe this is a Sheep Bot Fly Larva, an endoparasite. What's That Bug?
  • In contrast, they found infrequent infestations of endoparasites and attributed this to the whales' long period of fasting each year.
  • Permanent social parasites have one of two distinct life-history strategies: inquilines are social endoparasites that live in a host colony, often without killing host workers or queens.
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