Answer: Female Trichuris sp.
The most likely etiology is T. trichiura. However, as several readers mentioned, human infection with T. vulpis has rarely been reported and the adult worm has a similar appearance. The two worms are differentiated primarily by their eggs, with T. vulpis eggs being nearly twice as large as T. trichiura eggs. The only eggs we see in this case are immature and intrauterine; therefore it is not possible to use the eggs to help us differentiate the two worms.
Here are some of the key diagnostic features of this case: