Duddingtonia flagrans is a naturally-occurring fungus that traps and kills infective worm larvae. When it is consumed by grazing livestock, it reduces pasture infectivity; thereby, lowering fecal egg counts and worm burdens in livestock.
After more than 20 years of study, an animal health company in Australia has commercialized the fungus. It is being sold under the trade name BioWorma®.
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