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Hyperinfestation and Disease
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adapted adult alcohol anemones animal associations antibody antigen avoid hyperinfestation behaviour biochemical biological birds blood parasites blood-sucking cattle caused cercariae Cestoda characteristic of parasites copepods crab crustacean cycle cyst definitive host depend Digenea disease dung ecological link ectoparasites encysted evolution of parasites evolutionary example existence Fasciola hepatica feeding female fish fluke free-living organism free-living stages frog groups habit Haemonchus contortus hazards helminths host and parasite host range host reaction host specificity host-parasite relationship host's immunity important infective stages intermediate host large number larvae larval stages liver living lungs male mammals metacercariae microfilariae miracidium Monogenea morphological mosquito moulting nematode niche number of eggs parasite's parasites parasitic burden parasitic hyperinfestation parasitic stages period physiological plant Plate preadaptation problem Protozoa result Sacculina Schistosoma sheep skin Small intestine Nematoda Snail Trematoda Digenea sporocyst structure successful transmission suckers tapeworms tion tissue transmitted Trematoda Trypanosoma tsetse fly vector vertebrates worms Wuchereria bancrofti