An implement is described which facilitates endoparasite studies involving white-tailed deer (Odocoileus virginianus). This device significantly reduces the time required for helminth parasite collections from the small intestines of these animals and appears to have similar potential for other species. It also increases the efficiency with which abdominal worms (Setaria yehi) and blood flukes (Heterobilharzia americana) can be found.
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