• Small wingless insects
  • Have backward projecting spines
  • Prefer warm temperatures (70-85 degrees F.)
  • Transmit diseases like Plague, typhus and tape worms.
  • Many species i.e. Cat flea and dog flea, Human flea, Oriental rat flea(mainly rats), Sticktight flea (poultry) etc

(a) Egg laid on host, in nest and will not stick. 200-400 per day and     hatch 2 to several weeks

(b) Larva- Feeds on organic debris including feces of adult flea.

(c) Pupa- Develops to adult stage in cocoon covered with debrisand vibration often cause emergence. Last 7-14 days normally but may take several months to a year.

(d)Adult- Feeds on blood and may live several months without food. Most numerous on pets, in bedding etc

  • Ticks
  • Crickets
  • Silverfish
  • Centipedes
  • Millipedes
  • Earwigs
  • Sowbugs and pillbugs

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