Different types, and I might upload a photo today if I manage a good shot (they are in a jar of alcohol.) Most were a long, thin body with big "wings". There were white. Then there were some that were orange, or white/orange with different shapes, like globs with bunches of roots or tentacles. They were all slimy and difficult to pick up without tweezers. I know they're not done coming, and today should be another interesting day. It's shocking what can be packed away, apparently in the liver or gall bladder. I thought stones were shocking, but the flukes are more of a shock.
Then there is the notion that our bodies actually need them while we're harboring some type of toxic material. Maybe they save us from it - I don't really know. But getting rid of it all is far superior. Indeed, it was burning acidic as it exited! Yipes. You would think that one or two flushes would be enough, if you didn't do this a few times. The problem of toxicity and cholesterol/bile sludge is vast.