A family of flukes (trematoda) usually under 10 mm in length, some being only 1 or 2 mm long. In general they are thick, spinous, or scaly flukes having an oval outline and living in various organs and sinuses of birds and mammals. The genus with the greatest interest is paragonimus. (From Noble et al., parasitology: the biology of Animal parasites, 6th ed, p191)


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