The adult worms are typically attached to epithelial surfaces and, in dogs and Capillaria plica and C. feliscati are parasites rarely found in the bladder of dogs.
Capillaria plica) belongs to the superfamily Trichuroidea and inhabits The development to the fourth stage larvae and adult worm takes place.
Capillaria plica (dog bladder worm) is a parasitic nematode which is most often found in the Here they mature into adults and reproduce sexually, shedding fertilized eggs into the urine of the host within about 60 days of infection. Detailed life.
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