Tag: Ctenocephalides felis

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Callback Cures: Potential Sources for Persistent Fleas

September 15, 2015 By
Nuisance wildlife pests can invade structures, cause significant damage and interfere with the quality of life for clients in urban, suburban and rural areas. But in addition to scratching noises and other unnerving bumps in the night, animals such as... Read more»
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Pest Pressure: Cat Fleas, Ground Squirrels, Northern Raccoons

July 9, 2015 By
What? Cat flea, Ctenocephalides felis Where? Throughout the United States Why? Cryptically creepy and structurally stable blood feeders, nuisance fleas feed on humans and companion animals. Flea populations reduce indoor habitation quality and pose health risks. With longer warming periods... Read more»
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Cat Fleas

January 17, 2014 By
One must be well studied in fleaology to develop a pest profile – a behavioral and investigative tool to assist pest management professionals (PMPs) with predicting and profiling pest characteristics. Fleaology provides the essential information to control these host-intimate, hematophagous... Read more»
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