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English: An adult Ascaris lumbricoides worm. Diagnostic characteristics: tapered ends; length 15 to 35 cm (the females tend to be the larger ones). This worm is a female, as evidenced by the size and genital girdle (the dark circular groove at bottom area of image).
Français : Ascaris lumbricoides, femelle adulte.
Polski: Ascaris lumbricoides. Glista ludzka.
日本語: カイチュウ (Ascaris lumbricoides) 左の目盛りは3cm.
中文: 成年雌性蛔虫.
Українська: Аскариди.
Română: Vierme Ascaris lumbricoides adult.
Türkçe: Bağırsak solucanı insanlara da yerleşebilen bir parazittir.
Српски / srpski: човечија глиста.
Македонски: Човечка глиста, вид на цевчест црв.
Deutsch: Weibchen des Spulwurms des Menschen (Ascaris lumbricoides)
Source CDC Division of Parasitic Diseases
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