As mentioned by Florida Fan, the key to identifying this case is to recognize the thin outer cuticle (consistent with a worm) and the clusters of eggs within thin-shelled packets.
And now - a poem from Blaine:
‘Waiter!’ the man shouted, ‘there’s a fly in my soup’
For which he was corrected, ‘No that’s a flea in the Siphonaptera group!’
‘What does it matter, it’s still a darn bug!!!’
To which replied our waiter who is entomologically smug:
‘But if you eat that lil’ critter there, you’ll have D. caninum in your poop!'