The egg of Trichuris trichiura is characterized by its barrel shape and the presence of a hyaline plug at each pole. The smooth shell surface also has a thick yellow-brown shell color that occurs as a result of bile staining.
Left: Adult male of E. vermicularis from a formalin-ethyl acetate (FEA) concentrated stool smear. The worm measured 1.4 mm in length. Image courtesy of Centre for Tropical Medicine and Imported Infectious Diseases. Right: Image of the eggs of the human parasite Enterobius vermicularis, or 'human pinworm', captured on cellulose tape under significant magnification.
Ascaris lumbricoides This picture demonstrates the Adult male and female form. The female is always larger than the male. When they are both present together in the intestine the female will produce about 200,000 eggs per day.
Whipworm Trichuris trichiura. A Nemoatoda known for its love of warm, most climates worldwide. Adult worms found in colon with a diagnostic stage of finding eggs in the feces. No worries, can be cured with Mebendazole so annoying symptoms such as severe IBD can be avoided.