Human flea


Human fleas (pulex irritans). An insect of the genus Pulex and the order Aphaniptera. Fleas have the ability to leap great heights despite its lack of wings. A flea bite is poisonous to most persons. While human fleas are abundant in Europe, they are rare in America, where the dog flea takes its place. SEM: Magnification: 350x.

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