Larval stages of trematodes obtained from the freshwater snail Melanoides tuberculata (Cerithioidea, Thiaridae) as intermediate host were studied by using cercarial emergence and crushing snails. Between December 2004 and September 2009 snails from one hundred twenty locations in Thailand were collected every two months for one year at each sampling site. Counts per unit of time method was used in this study, and the samples of snails were collected every 10 minutes per sampling by five collectors. The cercarial stages were examined using shedding and crushing methods. The infection rate was found to be 18.79%, i.e. 6,019 animals infected in a total of 32,026. Nine different types in eighteen species of cercariae were categorized, viz. are (1) Parapleurophocercous cercariae: Haplorchis pumilio, Haplorchis taichui, and Stictodora tridactyla; (2) Pleurophocercous cercariae: Centrocestus formosanus; (3) Xiphidiocercariae: Acanthatrium hitaense, Loxogenoides bicolor, and Haematoloechus similis; (4) Megalurous cercariae: Cloacitrema philippinum and Philophthalmus sp.; (5) Furcocercous cercariae: Cardicola alseae, Alaria mustelae, Transversotrema laruei, Apatemon gracilis, and Mesostephanus appendiculatus; (6) Echinostome cercariae: Echinochasmus pelecani; (7) Amphistome cercariae: Gastrothylax crumenifer; (8) Renicolid cercariae: Cercaria caribbea LXVIII; and, (9) Cotylomicrocercous cercariae: Podocotyle (Podocotyle) lepomis.