Labeled Diagram of a Tapeworm?

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A tapeworm is a parasitic flatworm. A labeled diagram of a tapeworm will show its head, neck, and proglottids. It's head is referred to as a scolex. The scolex is attached to the intestine. A tapeworm's body is composed of segments called proglottids. The sum of the proglottids is referred to as a strobila. Strobila is thin and is similar to a strip of tape. Tapeworms are hermaphrodites. Because of this they contain both male and female reproductive systems and can reproduce independently.
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