Phoreiobothrium jahki, a tapeworm that Janine Caira calls “eye candy.” A dentist bought the naming rights to this species for US$3,000. Photo: Handout Phoreiobothrium jahki, a tapeworm that Janine Caira calls “eye candy.” A dentist bought the naming rights to this species for US$3,000. Photo: Handout
Phoreiobothrium jahki, a tapeworm that Janine Caira calls “eye candy.” A dentist bought the naming rights to this species for US$3,000. Photo: Handout
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Tapeworms are brainless, spineless, gutless parasites – and this scientist loves them

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Phoreiobothrium jahki, a tapeworm that Janine Caira calls “eye candy.” A dentist bought the naming rights to this species for US$3,000. Photo: Handout Phoreiobothrium jahki, a tapeworm that Janine Caira calls “eye candy.” A dentist bought the naming rights to this species for US$3,000. Photo: Handout
Phoreiobothrium jahki, a tapeworm that Janine Caira calls “eye candy.” A dentist bought the naming rights to this species for US$3,000. Photo: Handout
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