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Fasciola hepatica (common liver fluke) is a parasitic trematode that infects the liver. Fasciola hepatica has been known to come from air-breathing freshwater snails from the Lymnaeidae family. Fasciola hepatica is primarily associated with wet pastures and becomes more widespread following a wet summer (new snail habitats form and existing habitats enlarge).
We use a modified ovassay flotation worm egg counting system to look for this.