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Doing a fecal today and I saw a crazy looking dude that I've never seen before. It looks like a dinosaur egg. It was larger than a barberpole worm and I only saw one. Any ideas what it is? I was thinking maybe fasciola hepatica or paramphistomum cervi.
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On this chart..its on the bottom 3rd from the left, when the worm is inside the egg caseing
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What I see when ai look at your picture..the worm is exiting the caseing.
 

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Hmm... interesting. I feel like the picture might be making it look more like a visible worm in there than it actually looked like. It just had little dots and junk in the center and not a visible worm. I was using that same chart and I though it looked more like the two on the bottom far right. I could be wrong though.

Would seeing a single one of any of these eggs be a concern?
 
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