Coenurus



/siːˈnjʊərəs/
noun (pl) -ri (-raɪ)
1.
an encysted larval form of the tapeworm Multiceps, containing many encapsulated heads. In sheep it can cause the gid, and when eaten by dogs it develops into several adult forms

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