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Genal comb The genal comb is a row below the head of the flea. It is useful for identifying the flea. (c) Oliver Kim
Claws The claws of the flea allow it to cling to the fur of the host animal. (c) Oliver Kim
Back legs The pair of back legs are very large and allow the flea to jump over large distances. (c) Oliver Kim
Middle legs Like all insects, fleas have 3 pairs of legs. The middle and front legs are shorter than the hind legs. <br> (c) Oliver Kim
Front legs The pair of front legs are shorter than the hind legs and are not used for jumping.<br> (c) Oliver Kim
Eye Unlike other insects, fleas do not have compound eyes but ocelli. An ocellus is a simple eye, which is made of one lens. (c) Oliver Kim
Mouth parts The flea has specialized mouth parts, which allow it to piece the skin of the host. The flea feeds by sucking the host's blood. (c) Oliver Kim
Genitalia The genitalia are located at the rear end of the abdomen. (c) Oliver Kim
The flea Ctenocephalus is an external parasite of dogs and feeds on the dog's blood. It is known to spread diseases to dogs, particularly tape worms.
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