Corpus ID: 212603362

Subcutaneous Canthariasis due to Tenebrio Molitor Larva (Coleoptera: Tenebrionidae) In Egretta Intermedia

  title={Subcutaneous Canthariasis due to Tenebrio Molitor Larva (Coleoptera: Tenebrionidae) In Egretta Intermedia},
  author={Tenebrio Molitor Larva},
  • Tenebrio Molitor Larva
  • Published 2016
  • Canthariasis is a phenomenon where act as parasites and infect humans and other animals temporary by ingesting the beetle larvae. This report highlights the rare subcutaneous canthariasis finding in an avian species, Egretta intermedia, due to a yellow mealworm. On August 2013, a bird was transferred to the Chungnam National University wild animal rescue center, Republic of Korea from the wild envelopment where it died and was anatomized. A single larva was detected in the space between the… CONTINUE READING

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