Giardia lamblia

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Giardia lamblia

Taxonavigation[edit]

Taxonavigation: Giardiida 

Superregnum: Eukaryota
Regnum: Protozoa
Subregnum: Eozoa
Infraregnum: Excavata
Phylum: Metamonada
Subphylum: Trichozoa
Superclassis: Eopharyngia
Classis: Trepomonadea
Subclassis: Diplozoa
Ordo: Giardiida

Familia: -
Genus: Giardia
Species: Giardia lamblia

Name[edit]

Giardia lamblia (Lambl, 1859) Kofoid & Christiansen, 1915

Synonyms or similar species

  • Cercomonas intestinalis Lambl, 1859
  • Lamblia intestinalis Blanchard, 1888
  • Lamblia duodenalis Stiles, 1902
  • Giardia duodenalis (Stiles, 1902)
  • Giardia intestinalis (Lambl, 1859) Pestana, 1917, Kulda & Nohýnková, 1978, 1995
  • Giardia enterica Kofoid, 1920

References[edit]

  • Blanchard, R. 1888. Remarques sur le megastome intestinal. Bulletin de la Société Zoologique de France 30: 18–19, [1].
  • Kofoid, C.A. 1920. A critical review of the nomenclature of human intestinal flagellates Cercomonas, Chilomastix, Trichomonas, Tetratrcihomonas, and Giardia. University of California Publications in Zoology 20, 145–168, [2].
  • Kofoid, C. A. & Christiansen, E. B. (1915). On binary and multiple fission in Giardia muris (Grassi). University of California Publications in Zoology 16: 30–54, [3].
  • Kulda, J. & Nohynková, E. 1978. Flagellates of the human intestine and of intestines of other species. In Parasitic Protozoa (J. P. Kreier, ed.), Vol. 2, pp. 1–138, Academic Press, New York, [4].
  • Kulda, J. & Nohynkova, E. 1995. Giardia in Humans and Animals. In: Parasitic Protozoa (J. P. Krier, ed.), 2nd ed., Vol. 10, pp. 225-422, Academic Press, San Diego, [5].
  • Lambl, W. 1859. Mikroskopische Untersuchungen der Darm-Excrete. Prag. Vierteljahrsch. Prakt. Heilkd. LXI: 1–58, [6].
  • Pestana, R. B. 1917. Considerações acerca de alguns protozoários e outros parasitas encontrados em fezes humanas (resultado de 477 exames de fezes). Anais Paulistas de Medicina e Cirurgia, São Paulo, VIII: 101–113, [7].
  • Stiles, C. W. 1902. First American case of infection with Lamblia duodenalis. Washington Med. Ann. 1: 64.
  • Stiles, C. W. 1902. The type species of certain genera of parasitic flagellates, particularly Grassi's genera of 1879 and 1881. Zool. Anz. 25: 689–695, [8].