Necator americanus is a species of hookworm (a type of helminth) commonly known as the One anomaly of this species is that it appears to prefer male hosts to female hosts, likely because of the division of labor in regions of its prevalence. The pathology of N. americanus is divided into two stages - larvae and adults.
Necator americanus appears to prefer male hosts to female hosts. However, this may marsh; swamp. Other Habitat Features; urban; suburban; agricultural Necator americanus adults are obligate internal parasites of humans. Both the first.
CHARACTERISTICS: Necator americanus belongs to the family Adult male worm measures 7 to 9 by mm, while the female is 9 to 11 mm long by.