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Light micrograph of the Giant Intestinal Fluke (Fasciolopsis buski). This large (up to 7.5cm) fluke inhabits the small intestine of man and pigs, mostly in SE Asia. Intermediate hosts are small aquatic snails, then plants like water chestnuts. Specimen flattened, stained and cleared. HFW = 25mm.
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