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- Single-celled coccidian parasite, first reported causing human disease in 1979.
- Member of family Eimeriidae, subclass Coccidiasina, subphylum Apicomplexa.
- Humans appear to be only known to have C. cayetanensis.
- Other members (13) of Cyclospora found in animals including rodents, vipers.
- 7.7-9.9 µm in diameter in stool appears as a sphere with morula within.
- Can be responsible for water- or food-borne outbreaks.
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