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The Alaria alata is a development stage of a trematode. It multiplies in the intestines of the final host, which are as a rule animals which eat game meat. Through. Summary: The trematode Alaria alata is a cosmopolite parasite found in red foxes (Vulpes vulpes), the main definitive host in Europe. In contrast only few data. ABSTRACT. The digenean trematode Alaria alata, an intestinal parasite of wild canids is widely distributed in. Europe. The recent finding of the mesocercarial.

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D Mononuclear leucocytes arrowheads scattered between the fibroblastic proliferations white arrows and collagen deposits black stars. Citations Publications citing this paper.

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Lesions produced by mesocercariae of Alaria alata in European mink. Some lesions were found in adult connective tissue, formed by mature collagen scar fibers type I collagen and few inflammatory cells, whereas other lesions had reticulin fibers type III collagen with numerous inflammatory cells.

The body consists of two shaped parts: The structure of all mesocercariae observed by microscopy suggested that they were alive and active before the mink carcass was frozen. The cercariae then leave the snail and infect the tadpole via penetration where wlata non-reproductive form is developed, which is known as mesocercariae. Alaria alata infection in European mink [letter].


Trematodes of animals and man; essentials of trematodology, vol. Finally, the parasite reaches its final host once ingested, usually a canid.

If these studies have focused primarily on mesocercariae isolated from meat, few works have been done so far to understand the circulation of the parasite in natural conditions especially in the intermediate alari. Alaria alata Anura Sus scrofa.

Topics Discussed in This Paper. Citations Publications citing this paper. Alaria alatamesocercariae, European mink, Mustela lutreolalarva migrans, parasites. Biology of Alaria spp. Humans can be infected by ingesting Alaria larvae, which can be from eating undercooked frog legs alarka contaminated boar or pig meat. Alaria Schrank Biology of Alaria spp.

The mesocercariae remain in organs such as the muscles, connective tissue or lungs, and eyes. One of the aladia first cases reported was a single worm in the eye of a woman from Ontario, Canada. In humans, you can prevent this by not eating undercooked meat of infected hosts.

Alaria alata in wild boars (Sus scrofa, Linnaeus, 1758) in the eastern parts of Germany

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Open in a separate window. E Microscopic detail of the inset from panel C. Influence de facteurs environnementaux sur la reproduction de Rana dalmatina Anura, Ranidae: Species of Alaria have complex indirect life cycles.


Unfortunately for humans, it can be quite harmful and even cause death. Distribution and habitat use of water frog hybrid complexes in France.

This page was last edited on 22 Marchat This paper has been referenced on Twitter 1 time over the past 90 days. The sporocysts then produce cercariae. Among these, mustelids are reported to harbor mesocercariae of A.

Alaria alata Infection in European Mink

Author information Article notes Copyright and License information Disclaimer. A Alwta in the muscle and subcutaneous tissue produce whitish, round or slightly oval, well-defined nodules.

Some mesocercariae indicated by black arrow are enclosed in a thin, pale staining capsule white arrows. In certain histologic sections, the damaged muscular tissue was replaced by granulation tissue in various stages of development Figurepanel F.

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