Platyhelminthes and Rotifers

 

Platyhelminthes:
Overview
L41
platyhelminth turbellarians:
Planaria plain & digestive tract L41 Figs 6.1-6.4; T155 Fig 8.9(b); T156 Fig 8.10(a; T157 Fig 8.12(a-c))R57 eyespot, auricle, pharynx, gastrovascular cavity (=digestive cavity)

platyhelminth monogeneans:

Gyrodactylus opisthaptor

Polystoma (D) T160 Fig 8.16(b)

 

platyhelminth trematodes:
Fasciola
hepatica adult w.m.L43 Fig 6.6; R59 Fig 59e oral and ventral suckers, intestine, uterus; yolk glands (=vitellaria)

Fasciola hepatica ova L43 Fig 6.7; T166 Fig 8.20(b)

Fasciola hepatica miracidia L43 Fig 6.7; T166 Fig 8.20(b)); R59

Fasciola hepatica redia L43 Fig 6.7; T166 Fig 8.20(b); R59

Fasciola hepatica cercaria L43 Fig 6.7; T166 Fig 8.20(b)); R59

Fasciola hepatica metacercaria L43 Fig 6.7; T166 Fig 8.20(b))
Clonorchis sinensis (= Opisthorchis sinensis) w.m.L44 Figs 6.8 and 6.9; T162 Fig 8.17(b & c); R59 mouth, pharynx, intestine, genital pore, ventral sucker, testis, uterus, ovary, yolk glands (=vitellaria)

platyhelminth cestodes:

Taenia spp. ova (= egg)

Taenia pisiformis cysticercus R60

Taenia pisiformis scolex L45 Fig 6.14; T158 Fig 8.13(b); R60
Taenia pisiformis compositeL46 Figs 6.15-6.18; R60 immature proglottid, mature proglottid, ripe (=gravid) proglottid

Dipylidium caninum w.m. (FYI) The dog tapeworm

 

 
rotifers:

Rotifers L62 Fig. 8.11; T179Fig 19.3, T180Fig 10.4; R63