It is possible the picture you sent could resemble Echinoparyphium recurvatum. The color could be right.
Your guess could be right as well. Some of these were so large (almost a quarter in area) and the quantity so high, It was a wonder. Dr Clark mentioned several organs that had parasites
with sheet surface attachments. I thought she mentioned the liver and gallbladder.
The tomato skins I documented under a 200 power microscope, had a repeating leopard like skin, made of a plastic cellulose, with a hexagon repeating pattern. The skin itself, was like plastic. In the GI, even rolled up, they contained fecal matter. Washed the inside surface looked unicellular, with a fine pack. If soaked in water they could lay flat, once in solvent, they would not flatten again.
The skin was impervious to solvents of every type, and very indestructible to all but a diagonal tear. None of the meds I tried had any effect on the plastic skin, so I assumed the only way to destroy these was from the inside out.
I was unable to identify the skin, but since I found rolled up parchment paper exiting my finger, I assumed it was in the fluke family. When these skins are flat, and leave the scalp, months or years later, they are embedded in the skin to such a degree to be almost unmovable.
Praziquantel seams to have killed them per the 255 document. I have never seen them again.
I did eat snails, and one bird once. I no longer eat exotic foods. I know they can contain flatworms in the platyhelminthes family.
After that I am a poor parasitologist. My use of Greek and Latin is poor. My approach is more body balance, med cocktails, emergency stabilization, and phylum life cycle weaknesses.
I look at the world as if it is round or flat.
Since the meds we access are few, and the species so many, most of my work is in the nematode life cycle, timing, life cycle and stages, repeating patterns, and dosing safety. As of late I did a dosing simulator for Moxi.
I was unable to touch the roundworm infections that I had, until the large flatworm population was dealt with. A gal emailed me the other day, she expelled hundreds, and thousands of tiny triangles. A stage in the killing process that really tells oneself that you are configured to kill flukes, and other flatworm species.
Tomato skins, Blobs, Walking Sticks, and of course all manners of Flukes were cleaned out of my GI using a PZQ cocktail. I felt like a petri dish.