On the recovery of horsehair worms, Gordius sp. (Nematomorpha: Gordiida) from pork in Shillong, India

@article{Yadav2016OnTR,
  title={On the recovery of horsehair worms, Gordius sp. (Nematomorpha: Gordiida) from pork in Shillong, India},
  author={A. Yadav and A. Schmidt‐Rhaesa and R. Laha and A. Sen},
  journal={Journal of Parasitic Diseases},
  year={2016},
  volume={41},
  pages={302-304}
}
The members of the phylum Nematomorpha, called as horsehair or gordian worms, are the parasites of arthropods and emerge from their host for reproduction and early development in water. There are about 360 species of nematomorphs described till date. Although, horsehair worms are parasites of arthropod species, sporadic cases of their occurrence have also been reported from several other hosts, including man. This paper describes a case history of the occurrence of two nematomorph worms in the… Expand
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