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Host-parasite interface of the fluke Collyriclum faba (Bremser in Schmalz, 1831) as revealed by light and electron microscopy



Host-parasite interface of the fluke Collyriclum faba (Bremser in Schmalz, 1831) as revealed by light and electron microscopy



Zeitschrift für Parasitenkunde 68(2): 191-199



Light and electron microscopy of Collyriclum faba reveals that the dorsal tegument is highly convoluted, containing regular groups of between one and five spines. The thinner ventral covering has a less spiny surface with shallow infoldings. The lining of the capsule is characterized by numerous layers of collagen reflecting a strong cellular response by the host.

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