Pork Tapeworm (Taenia solium)

Set of scaled top view drawings of the Pork Tapeworm

The Pork Tapeworm (Taenia solium) is a tapeworm that primarily uses humans as its definitive host. Pigs are used as an intermediate or secondary host; it can be transmitted to pigs through human feces contaminating their fodder, and then back to the humans through the consumption of uncooked pork. The Pork Tapeworm has a flat, ribbon-like body that is white. There is a tiny attachment, the scolex, that has contains suckers and a rostellum as a means of attaching to the wall of the small intestine. The main body has a chain of segments called proglottids.

The Pork Tapeworm has an overall length between 6.56’-23’ (2-7 m) and diameter of .24”-.28” (6-7 mm). The typical lifespan of the Pork Tapeworm is between 3-5 years.

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Height:
Width:
.24”-.28” | 6-7 mm (Diameter)
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Length:
6.56’-23’ | 2-7 m
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Scientific Name:
Taenia solium
Lifespan:
3-5 years

Properties

Drawings include:

Pork Tapeworm top view (assorted)

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Worms are typically legless, smooth, slender, invertebrates. Worms play important ecological roles as soil conditioners and parasites to crops, animals, and humans. Free-living worms are not found on land, but rather, burrowed underground, in marine, or freshwater environments.

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