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Classis : Trematoda 
Subclassis : Digenea 
Ordo : Echinostomida 
Familia : Fasciolidae 
Genus : Fasciola 
Linnaeus, 1758

Fasciola est genus vermium planorum parasiticorum classis Trematodorum. Cui generi sunt duae species: Fasciola hepatica et Fasciola gigantica, cum hybridis inter species. Ambae species iecur multorum mammalium inficiunt, hominibus non exclusis, morbum fasciolosem efficientes. Fasciola hepatica usque ad 30 millimetra longa et 15 millimetra lata, Fasciola gigantica usque ad 75 millimetra longa et 15 millimetra lata est.[1]

Circulus vitae Fasciolae.

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  1. Prevention, CDC-Centers for Disease Control and (2019-04-16). "CDC - Fasciola - General Information - Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)" (en) .
  2. Cobbold, T. S. (1855), "Description of a new trematode worm (Fasciola gigantica)," The Edinburgh New Philosophical Journal, Exhibiting a View of the Progressive Discoveries and Improvements in the Sciences and the Arts, New Series 2: 262–67.
  3. Young N. D., Jex A. R., Cantacessi C., Hall R. S., Campbell B. E. et al. (2011), "A Portrait of the Transcriptome of the Neglected Trematode, Fasciola gigantica—Biological and Biotechnological Implications," PLoS Neglected Tropical Diseases 5 (2): e1004. doi:10.1371/journal.pntd.0001004.