Moniliformis



Moniliformis Mo·nil·i·for·mis (mə-nĭl’ə-fôr’mĭs)
n.
A genus of acanthocephalan worms, including a species, M. moniliformis, that is normally found in rats and is a rare parasite in humans.

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