18 Day Parasite Cleanse - according to Dr. Hulda Clark
In the life cycles of most digenetic trematodes, cercariae encyst in or on a second intermediate host, forming a metacercariae (singular = metacercaria). When the second intermediate host is eaten the metacercariae excyst in the definitive host's intestinal tract, thus establishing an infection. These wonderful images are provided to you by: www.biosci.ohio-state.edu
A specialized type of metacercaria, the "neascus metacercaria," is found in the genus Uvulifer. It causes "black spot" in fish.
The following images are metacercariae. The last three images are from unknown species of trematodes.
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