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Figure 1: (a) Anterior portion of female Thelazia callipaeda showing cephalic end and rectangular buccal part; (b) Blunt posterior end showing the intestine and the anal opening (arrow); (c) Anterior portion of the worm with the vulval opening located anterior to esophago–intestinal junction; (d) Numerous eggs in the posterior half; (e) Larvae in the anterior half of the worm; (f) Transverse cuticular striations (×400) (a: Anal opening, b: Buccal cavity, v: Vulval opening, l: Larvae, Eg: Egg, sc: Striated cuticle)

Figure 1: (a) Anterior portion of female <i>Thelazia callipaeda</i> showing cephalic end and rectangular buccal part; (b) Blunt posterior end showing the intestine and the anal opening (arrow); (c) Anterior portion of the worm with the vulval opening located anterior to esophago–intestinal junction; (d) Numerous eggs in the posterior half; (e) Larvae in the anterior half of the worm; (f) Transverse cuticular striations (×400) (a: Anal opening, b: Buccal cavity, v: Vulval opening, l: Larvae, Eg: Egg, sc: Striated cuticle)