PS. Yes, I would say two to three helminth spp, (opportunists..undoubtedly delivered by the insects who wait until I am asleep to do whatever...many insects carry parasitic worm species, and it is even possible that the morgellons parasite attracts these insects so it may infect them as vectors/secondary hosts to carry off its own offspring.
(I also saw/caught in mid air a tiny worm that could have been a whip worm, about a week ago. Possibly from dog who was attending to his rear end that night )
Alternately, with complete conviction I would say it is possible for an acanthocephalan to be involved, I mean, previously I truly thought their eggs were so small that they were missed in fecal and blood panels, but unless the other parasitic worm species are known to cause this egg-shedding, maybe the acanths are managing to somehow get them to exit through the skin...which would explain their absence in blood and feces.
Anecdotally: I left a fresh blood smear out on my desk a few days ago, and when I returned shortly thereafter, the blood had dried and there were several eggs sitting on top of it. I've never heard of eggs "popping" out of blood like that before...I would say that I had perhaps shed the eggs on top of the smear, but somehow this seems unlikely, as they were clustered on the slide. Alternately, a fly might have laid the eggs...I do not know my eggs very well yet, but I thought fly eggs were smaller. Pardon the fact that I didn't take pics of the eggs...sometimes this stuff just freaks me out too much to photograph...