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  1. Fasciola hepatica
    • 1) sheep liver fluke
    • 2) global
    • 3) destroys liver
    • 4) eating raw sheep
    • 5) fecal test
  2. Fasciolopsis buski
    • 1)
    • 2) global
    • 3) attacks small intestine
    • 4) human feces on water plants
    • 5) fecal test
  3. Clonorchis sinensis
    • 1) Chinese liver fluke
    • 2) SE Asia
    • 3) bile duct
    • 4) sushi, fish eat infected plants
    • 5) fecal test
  4. Paragonimus westermani
    • 1) oriental lung fluke
    • 2) SE Asia
    • 3) lungs
    • 4) raw crab
    • 5) fecal test
  5. Schistosoma mansoni
    • 1)
    • 2) africa, south america
    • 3) large intestine
    • 4) swimming
    • 5) fecal test
  6. Schistosoma japonicum
    • 1)
    • 2) SE Asia
    • 3) small intestine
    • 4) swimming
    • 5) fecal test
  7. Schistosoma haematobium
    • 1)
    • 2) Africa & Middle East
    • 3) urinary bladder
    • 4) swimming
    • 5) pee test
  8. Cercarial dermatitis
    • 1) swimmers itch
    • 2) northern lakes
    • 3) cercaria burrow into skin
    • 4) swimming
    • 5) obvious rash, they die
  9. Diphyllobthrium latum
    • 1) broad fish tapeworm
    • 2) USA, Russia, Finland, and global
    • 3) S.I.
    • 4) swimming
    • 5) fecal test
  10. Hymenolepis diminuta
    • 1) rat tapeworm
    • 2) global
    • 3) S.I.
    • 4) eat bugs
    • 5) fecal test
  11. Hymenolepis nana
    • 1) 3 possible life cycles
    • 2) global
    • 3) S.I., cystecercoid
    • 4) Feces near food
    • 5) fecal test
  12. Dipylidium caninum
    • 1) dog tapeworm
    • 2) global
    • 3) S.I., apolysis
    • 4) dog eats flea
    • 5) fecal test
  13. Taenia solium
    • 1) pork tapeworm
    • 2) global
    • 3) S.I. cysticercus
    • 4) eating raw pork/eggs
    • 5) fecal test
  14. Taenia saginata
    • 1) cow tapeworm
    • 2) global
    • 3) S.I. cysticercosis
    • 4) eating raw cow/eggs
    • 5) fecal test
  15. Echinococcus granulosus
    • 1)
    • 2) global
    • 3) S.I hydatic cyst
    • 4) dog licks face, juvenile
    • 5) biopsy
  16. Trichuris trichiura
    • 1) whip worm
    • 2) global
    • 3) S.I. Grow into L.I.
    • 4) kids eating “dirt”
    • 5) fecal test
  17. Trichinella spirallis
    • 1) pig worm
    • 2) global
    • 3) nurse cell to intestine
    • 4) eating infected meat
    • 5) muscle biopsy
  18. Enterobius Vermicularis
    • 1) human pinworm
    • 2) global (even north)
    • 3) intestine
    • 4) inhaling, retroinfection, touching mouth
    • 5) stick tape test
  19. Ascaris lumbricoides
    • 1) huge worm
    • 2) global
    • 3) L.I.
    • 4) hands to mouth
    • 5) fecal test
  20. Toxacara canis
    • 1) dog worm
    • 2) global
    • 3) intestine
    • 4) ingestion, mother too pups, human intermediate
    • 5) fecal test
  21. Anisakis simplex
    • 1) ocean worm
    • 2) global
    • 3) intestine
    • 4) shrimp eat eggs, sea mammal get it
    • 5) edoscopy, biopsy
  22. Ancylostoma duodenale
    • 1) old world hookworm
    • 2) europe, Asia, africa
    • 3) S.I. blood
    • 4) barefoot
    • 5) stool sample
  23. Necator americanus
    • 1) new world hookworm
    • 2) americas S & N
    • 3) S.I blood
    • 4) barefoot
    • 5) stool sample
  24. Anculostoma braziliense
    • 1) dog/cat hookworm
    • 2) global
    • 3) S.I blood
    • 4) barefoot (juvenile under skin, die)
    • 5) stool sample
  25. Anculostoma caninum
    • 1) dog hookworm
    • 2) global
    • 3) S.I. Blood
    • 4) barefoot (juvenile under skin, die)
    • 5) stool sample
  26. Wuchereria bancrofti
    • 1) elephantitis
    • 2) africa, Asia, S A
    • 3) lymph nodes
    • 4) mosquitos from puddles
    • 5) blood stain
  27. Onchocerca valvulus
    • 1) river blindness
    • 2) Africa
    • 3) nodules under skin
    • 4) black flies, river
    • 5) skin biopsy
  28. Dirofilaria immitis
    • 1) dog heartworm
    • 2) global
    • 3) heart
    • 4) mosquito
    • 5) blood smear, microfilaria
  29. Dracunculus medinensis
    • 1) Greek dragon
    • 2) north African lakes
    • 3) gut moves to leg to lay eggs
    • 4) boil water
    • 5) sore
  30. Dermacentor andersoni
    • 1) rocky mountain wood tick
    • 2) west usa
    • 3) bite and leave
    • 4) 3 host
    • 5) Rickettsia, babesia
  31. Dermacentor variabilis
    • 1) american dog tick
    • 2) east usa
    • 3) bite and leave
    • 4) 3 host
    • 5) Rickettsia
  32. Ixodes scapularis
    • 1) Deer tick
    • 2) eastern usa
    • 3) bites and leaves
    • 4) 3 host
    • 5) Borrelia burgdorferi
  33. Rhipicephalus annulatus
    • 1) cattle tick
    • 2) where ever cattle
    • 3) bites and stays
    • 4) 1 host
    • 5) babesia bigamina
  34. Argas persicus
    • 1) chicken tick
    • 2) global
    • 3) bites and runs
    • 4) many
    • 5) non
  35. Otobius megnini
    • 1) cattle ear tick
    • 2) global
    • 3) stays
    • 4) 1 host
    • 5) non
  36. Ornithodoras moubatta
    • 1) bird tick
    • 2) global
    • 3) bites and runs
    • 4) many
    • 5) Borrelia recurrentis
  37. Sarcotes scabei
    • 1) scabies mite
    • 2) global
    • 3) female burrows under skin
    • 4) 1 host
    • 5) people packed together
  38. Otodectes cynotis
    • 1) dog/cat ear mite
    • 2) global
    • 3) stays
    • 4) 1 host
    • 5) ear scrapes of scabs, mange
  39. Demodex folliculorum
    • 1) human mite
    • 2) global
    • 3) stays
    • 4) 1 host
    • 5) slide sample from pores
  40. Demodex canis
    • 1) dog mite
    • 2) global
    • 3) stays
    • 4) 1 host
    • 5) slide samples
  41. Trombicula autumnalis
    • 1) Harvest mite
    • 2) global
    • 3) spits saliva on skin
    • 4) multiple
    • 5) larva stage parasitic
  42. Phthirus pubis
    • 1) crabs
    • 2) global
    • 3) blood vessels
    • 4) one
    • 5) all stages parasitic
  43. Pediculus humanus capitis
    • 1) head lice
    • 2) global
    • 3) eat scalp
    • 4) one host
    • 5) chemicals, hard to kill
  44. Peidiculus humanus humanus
    • 1) clothing lice
    • 2) global, cold regions
    • 3) eat everywhere
    • 4) one host
    • 5) Rickettsia prowazekii
  45. Menopon gallinaie
    • 1) chicken lice
    • 2) global
    • 3) eat base of feather
    • 4) many host
    • 5) come at night
  46. Trichodectes canis
    • 1) dog lice
    • 2) global
    • 3) cause mange
    • 4) one host
    • 5) vec Dipylidium caninum
  47. Rodnius prolixus
    • 1) assasin bug
    • 2) south/central america
    • 3) suck blood at night
    • 4) many host
    • 5) vec Trypanosoma cruzi
  48. Cimex lectularius
    • 1) bed bugs
    • 2) global
    • 3) suck blood
    • 4) many host
    • 5)
  49. Ctenocephalides canis
    • 1) dog flea
    • 2) global
    • 3) suck blood
    • 4) usually one host
    • 5) vec- Dipylidium caninum
  50. Tunga penetrons
    • 1) sand flea
    • 2) global (sandy soils)
    • 3) females burrow under skin
    • 4) wear shoes
    • 5)
  51. Xenopsylla cheopis
    • 1) rat flea
    • 2) global
    • 3) suck blood
    • 4) many host
    • 5) vec- black death
  52. Anopheles gambiae
    • 1) anophelinae mosquito
    • 2) tropics
    • 3) females suck blood
    • 4) many host
    • 5) vec- wuchereria, dirofilaria, malaria
  53. Culex pipiens
    • 1) cullicinae mosquito
    • 2) tropics
    • 3) females blood
    • 4) many host
    • 5) vec- west nile, encephalitis, wuchereria, dirofilaria,
  54. Aedes aegypti
    • 1) cullicinae mosquito
    • 2) equator
    • 3) females blood
    • 4) many host
    • 5) vec- yellow fever, dengue fever, hemorrhagis, wuchereria, dirofilaria
  55. Phlebotomus poputasi
    • 1)
    • 2) global
    • 3) females blood
    • 4) many host
    • 5) vec- leishmaniasis
  56. Simulium damnosum
    • 1) black flies
    • 2) global (north), running water
    • 3) females blood
    • 4) many hosts
    • 5) vec- river blindness
  57. Chrysops callidus
    • 1) deer fly
    • 2) global
    • 3) females blood
    • 4) many host
    • 5)
  58. Tabanus americanus
    • 1) horse fly
    • 2) global
    • 3) females blood
    • 4) many host
    • 5) vec- anthrax
  59. Glossina palpalis
    • 1) tsetse flie
    • 2) africa
    • 3) males and females, blood
    • 4) many host
    • 5) vec- African sleeping sickness
  60. Lucilia cuprina
    • 1) sheep blow fly
    • 2) global
    • 3) dead carcase or host
    • 4) usually one host
    • 5)
  61. Dermatobia hominus
    • 1) human botfly
    • 2) global
    • 3) eggs on insect, lands on host egss hatch and burrow
    • 4) indirect on host
    • 5)
  62. Cuterebra fontinalis
    • 1) rodent botfly
    • 2) Midwest
    • 3) maggot near nest
    • 4) one host
    • 5) medical use
  63. Petromyzon marinus
    • 1) sea lampry
    • 2) oceans
    • 3) attach to fish
    • 4) many host
    • 5) adult parasitic
  64. Vandellia cirrhosa
    • 1) candiru
    • 2) nile river
    • 3) go after urea
    • 4) many host
    • 5) humans is a myth
  65. Desmodus rotundus
    • 1) vampire bat
    • 2) S.A.
    • 3) crawls up to host
    • 4) many host
    • 5)
  66. Geospiza difficilis
    • 1) vampire finch
    • 2) galapagos islands
    • 3) only drink if have to
    • 4) usually eat seeds
    • 5) dry season

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