FIELD GUIDE CAT FLEA

  1. CAT FLEA - FIELD GUIDE
    the most common _ flea
    domestic
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    _ eyes well developed
    Compound
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    Compound eyes well _
    developed
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    eggs are _ and not glued to the
    hairs or body but are deposited on or between hairs,
    or in the nest or bedding material
    smooth
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    eggs are smooth and not _ to the
    hairs or body but are deposited on or between hairs,
    or in the nest or bedding material
    glued
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    eggs are smooth and not glued to the
    _ or body but are deposited on or between hairs,
    or in the nest or bedding material
    hairs
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    eggs are smooth and not glued to the
    hairs or _ but are deposited on or between hairs,
    or in the nest or bedding material
    body
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    eggs are smooth and not glued to the
    hairs or body but are deposited _ or _ hairs,
    or in the nest or bedding material
    on or between
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    eggs are smooth and not glued to the
    hairs or body but are deposited on or between hairs,
    or in the _ or bedding material
    nest
  10. CAT FLEA - FIELD GUIDE
    eggs are smooth and not glued to the
    hairs or body but are deposited on or between hairs,
    or in the nest or _ material
    bedding
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    eggs deposited on the animal either _ or are shaken off,
    fall
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    eggs deposited on the animal either fall or are _ _
    shaken off
  13. CAT FLEA - FIELD GUIDE
    are frequently found in _ and _ where pets sleep or frequent.
    cracks and crevices
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    are frequently found in cracks and crevices where pets _ or _
    sleep or frequent
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    Eggs are _, whitish, and about 1/64 inch
    oval
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    Eggs are oval, _, and about 1/64 inch
    whitish
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    Eggs are oval, whitish, and about NUMBER inch
    1/64 inch
  18. CAT FLEA - FIELD GUIDE
    Eggs usually hatch in about NUMBER days (range 1-12 days).
    2 days
  19. CAT FLEA - FIELD GUIDE
    Eggs usually hatch in about 2 days (range NUMBER-NUMBER days).
    1-12 days
  20. CAT FLEA - FIELD GUIDE
    Flea larvae move about using the _ rings and abdominal struts/hooks
    setal
  21. CAT FLEA - FIELD GUIDE
    Flea larvae move about using the setal rings and abdominal struts/_
    hooks
  22. CAT FLEA - FIELD GUIDE
    Flea larvae have _ mouthparts and feed on
    organic debris but almost all require
    dried fecal blood in order to complete development
    chewing
  23. CAT FLEA - FIELD GUIDE
    Flea larvae have chewing mouthparts and feed on
    _ _ but almost all require
    dried fecal blood in order to complete development
    organic debris
  24. CAT FLEA - FIELD GUIDE
    Flea larvae have chewing mouthparts and feed on
    organic debris but almost all require
    _ _ _ in order to complete development
    dried fecal blood
  25. CAT FLEA - FIELD GUIDE
    Flea larvae have chewing mouthparts and feed on
    organic debris but almost all require
    dried fecal blood in order to _ _
    complete development
  26. CAT FLEA - FIELD GUIDE
    Flea larvae do not _ but feed on adult flea fecal blood
    bite
  27. CAT FLEA - FIELD GUIDE
    Flea larvae do not bite but feed on adult _ _ _
    flea fecal blood
  28. CAT FLEA - FIELD GUIDE
    Flea larvae require high relative humidity (NUMBER-95%) and
    1-2 weeks to several months to go through 3 instars
    45%
  29. CAT FLEA - FIELD GUIDE
    Flea larvae require high relative humidity (45-NUMBER%) and
    1-2 weeks to several months to go through 3 instars
    95%
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    Last instar larvae then spin a cocoon and
    incorporate surrounding _ on its
    surface which provides camouflage
    debris
  31. CAT FLEA - FIELD GUIDE
    Last instar larvae then spin a cocoon and
    incorporate surrounding debris on its
    surface which provides _
    camouflage
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    pre-emerged adult remains in the cocoon for up to 20 weeks,
    where it is protected from adverse conditions, including _
    pesticides
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    emerge from the cocoon by mechanical _ of the cocoon,
    an increase in temperature, and possibly vibrations
    depression
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    emerge from the cocoon by mechanical depression of the cocoon,
    an increase in _, and possibly vibrations
    temperature
  35. CAT FLEA - FIELD GUIDE
    emerge from the cocoon by mechanical depression of the cocoon,
    an increase in temperature, and possibly _
    vibrations
  36. CAT FLEA - FIELD GUIDE
    Larvae and pupae are typically found where the animal _ or _
    sleeps or frequents
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    Adults usually begin to seek a blood meal on the _ day after emergence
    second
  38. CAT FLEA - FIELD GUIDE
    Adults but can live for _ _ on their stored body fat
    several months
  39. CAT FLEA - FIELD GUIDE
    Adults but can live for several months on their _ _ _
    stored body fat
  40. CAT FLEA - FIELD GUIDE
    spend all of their time on the _,
    feeding, mating, and laying eggs, unless dislodged
    host
  41. CAT FLEA - FIELD GUIDE
    spend all of their time on the host,
    _, mating, and laying eggs, unless dislodged
    feeding
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    spend all of their time on the host,
    feeding, _, and laying eggs, unless dislodged
    mating
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    spend all of their time on the host,
    feeding, mating, and _ _, unless dislodged
    laying eggs
  44. CAT FLEA - FIELD GUIDE
    spend all of their time on the host,
    feeding, mating, and laying eggs, unless _
    dislodged
  45. CAT FLEA - FIELD GUIDE
    adults usually live only _ _ because
    normal cat grooming removes up to 50% of the fleas;
    otherwise, they can survive about a year.
    several days
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    adults usually live only several days because
    normal cat _ removes up to 50% of the fleas;
    otherwise, they can survive about a year.
    grooming
  47. CAT FLEA - FIELD GUIDE
    adults usually live only several days because
    normal cat grooming removes up to NUMBER% of the fleas;
    otherwise, they can survive about a year.
    50%
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    adults usually live only several days because
    normal cat grooming removes up to 50% of the fleas;
    otherwise, they can survive about _ _
    a year
  49. CAT FLEA - FIELD GUIDE
    may transmit _ and murine typhus
    plague
  50. CAT FLEA - FIELD GUIDE
    may transmit plague and _ _
    murine typhus
  51. CAT FLEA - FIELD GUIDE
    Cat fleas serve as intermediate hosts of the _ tapeworm,
    and the rodent tapeworm
    dog tapeworm
  52. CAT FLEA - FIELD GUIDE
    Cat fleas serve as intermediate hosts of the dog tapeworm,
    and the _ tapeworm
    rodent tapeworm
  53. CAT FLEA - FIELD GUIDE
    _ occasionally infest humans, especially very young children
    tapeworms
  54. CAT FLEA - FIELD GUIDE
    _ tapeworm commonly infests cats that spend time outdoors
    dog tapeworm
  55. CAT FLEA - FIELD GUIDE
    dog tapeworm commonly infests _ that spend time outdoors
    cats
  56. CAT FLEA - FIELD GUIDE
    dog tapeworm commonly infests cats that _ _ _
    spend time outdoors
  57. CAT FLEA - FIELD GUIDE
    It is not necessary _ in order to have fleas present
    to have pets in the building
  58. CAT FLEA - FIELD GUIDE
    fleas can jump about 6 inch vertically,
    they can easily hitch a ride on shoes, trousers, etc.
    6 inch
  59. CAT FLEA - FIELD GUIDE
    fleas can jump about 6 inch vertically,
    they can
    easily hitch a ride on shoes, trousers, etc.
  60. CAT FLEA - FIELD GUIDE
    if the building has been vacant, fleas can still be present because
    fleas have long _ _
    pupal period
  61. CAT FLEA - FIELD GUIDE
    if the building has been vacant, fleas can still be present because
    adults can
    live for months without food
  62. CAT FLEA - FIELD GUIDE
    if the building has been vacant, fleas can still be present because
    fleas have not been removed via
    vacuuming
  63. CAT FLEA - FIELD GUIDE
    fleas are normally removed from the interior environment by
    taking up residence on the pet(s).
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    are typically found where animals
    sleep or frequent
  65. CAT FLEA - FIELD GUIDE
    are typically found where _ accumulate
    where eggs and adult fecal blood accumulate
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    larvae can be found in areas with _ which is necessary for their survival
    high moisture
  67. CAT FLEA - FIELD GUIDE
    Flea larvae die at relative humidities below NUMBER% and above 95%,
    below 45%
  68. CAT FLEA - FIELD GUIDE
    Flea larvae die at relative humidities below 45% and above NUMBER%,
    above 95%
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    are rarely found outdoors in _ climates
    arid
  70. CAT FLEA - FIELD GUIDE
    Larvae fail to develop at temperatures below NUMBER°F and at or above 95°F.
    below 55°F
  71. CAT FLEA - FIELD GUIDE
    Larvae fail to develop at temperatures below 55°F and at or above NUMBER°F.
    above 95°F
  72. CAT FLEA - FIELD GUIDE
    Flea control is a NUMBER-part process.
    4 part
  73. CAT FLEA - FIELD GUIDE
    Flea control, 4-part process,
    Step 1 =
    entry prevention of host wild animal
  74. CAT FLEA - FIELD GUIDE
    Flea control, 4-part process,
    Step 2 =
    pet flea treatment
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    Flea control, 4-part process,
    Step 3 =
    sanitation
  76. CAT FLEA - FIELD GUIDE
    Flea control, 4-part process,
    Step 3 = a) sanitation b) IGR treatment
    Cover _ and turn off the _ prior to the treatment
    • aquariums
    • pumps
  77. CAT FLEA - FIELD GUIDE
    Flea control, 4-part process,
    Step 3 = a) sanitation b) IGR treatment
    IGR be used on the _ treatment and reapplied
    every 3-6 months throughout the flea season
    initial
  78. CAT FLEA - FIELD GUIDE
    Flea control, 4-part process,
    Step 3 = a) sanitation b) IGR treatment
    IGR be used on the initial treatment and reapplied
    every _-_ months throughout the flea season
    3-6 months
  79. CAT FLEA - FIELD GUIDE
    Flea control, 4-part process,
    Step 3 = a) sanitation b) IGR treatment
    IGR be used on the initial treatment and reapplied
    every 3-6 months throughout the _ _
    flea season
  80. CAT FLEA - FIELD GUIDE
    Flea control, 4-part process,
    For problem accounts, it is recommended that the IGR alone be
    applied prior _ as a preventative measure.
    to the beginning of the next flea season
  81. CAT FLEA - FIELD GUIDE
    Flea control, 4-part process,
    IGR... Since vacuuming has little effect on _ deposits,
    advise the customer to vacuum several times during the
    first 7-10 days after treatment
    residual
  82. CAT FLEA - FIELD GUIDE
    Flea control, 4-part process,
    IGR... Since vacuuming has little effect on _ deposits,
    advise the customer to vacuum _ times during the
    first 7-10 days after treatment
    several
  83. CAT FLEA - FIELD GUIDE
    Flea control, 4-part process,
    IGR... Since vacuuming has little effect on _ deposits,
    advise the customer to vacuum several times during the
    first _-_ days after treatment
    7-10
  84. CAT FLEA - FIELD GUIDE
    Flea control, 4-part process,
    some pesticide sprays (microencapsulated formulations) tend to
    stimulate fleas to _ from their cocoon
    emerge
  85. CAT FLEA - FIELD GUIDE
    Flea control, 4-part process,
    some pesticide sprays (_ formulations) tend to
    stimulate fleas to emerge from their cocoon
    microencapsulated
  86. CAT FLEA - FIELD GUIDE
    Flea control, 4-part process,
    Step 4) =
    outdoor treatment
  87. CAT FLEA - FIELD GUIDE
    Flea control, 4-part process,
    Step 4) = outdoor treatment consists of treating with a pesticide and _-stable IGR,
    light-stable IGR
  88. CAT FLEA - FIELD GUIDE
    Flea control, 4-part process,
    Step 4, outdoor treatment, pesticide + light-stable IGR =
    every place the animal _ _ or _
    rests, naps, or sleeps
  89. CAT FLEA - FIELD GUIDE
    Flea control, 4-part process,
    Step 4, outdoor treatment, pesticide + light-stable IGR =
    _ treatment is often helpful, especially if
    overall treatment is not going to be done.
    band
  90. CAT FLEA - FIELD GUIDE
    Flea control, 4-part process,
    Step 4, outdoor treatment, pesticide + light-stable IGR =
    band treatment is often helpful, especially if
    _ treatment is not going to be done.
    overall
  91. CAT FLEA - FIELD GUIDE
    Flea control, 4-part process,
    Step 4, outdoor treatment, pesticide + light-stable IGR =
    _ treatment is applied in a 6-10 foot band around
    the perimeter of the building
    band
  92. CAT FLEA - FIELD GUIDE
    Flea control, 4-part process,
    Step 4, outdoor treatment, pesticide + light-stable IGR =
    band treatment is applied in a _-_ foot band around
    the perimeter of the building
    6-10 foot band
  93. CAT FLEA - FIELD GUIDE
    Flea control, 4-part process,
    Step 4, outdoor treatment, pesticide + light-stable IGR =
    For dogs confined to a _ -_ yard, also treat the
    3-4 feet adjacent to the fence on the side to which the dog has access
    fenced-in
  94. CAT FLEA - FIELD GUIDE
    Flea control, 4-part process,
    Step 4, outdoor treatment, pesticide + light-stable IGR =
    For dogs confined to a fenced-in yard, also treat the
    _-_ feet adjacent to the fence on the side to which the dog has access
    3-4 feet
  95. CAT FLEA - FIELD GUIDE
    Flea control, 4-part process,
    Step 4, outdoor treatment, pesticide + light-stable IGR =
    For dogs confined to a fenced-in yard, also treat the
    3-4 feet adjacent to the fence on the side to which the dog has _
    access
  96. CAT FLEA - FIELD GUIDE
    Flea control, 4-part process,
    Step 4, outdoor treatment, pesticide + light-stable IGR =
    If the _ is severe, overall yard treatment may
    be required and an appropriately labeled pesticide should be used
    infestation
  97. CAT FLEA - FIELD GUIDE
    Flea control, 4-part process,
    Step 4, outdoor treatment, pesticide + light-stable IGR =
    If the infestation is severe, _ yard treatment may
    be required and an appropriately labeled pesticide should be used
    overall
  98. CAT FLEA - FIELD GUIDE
    Flea control, 4-part process,
    Step 4, outdoor treatment, pesticide + light-stable IGR =
    _ and _ formulations are particularly effective outdoors.
    Wettable powder and microencapsulated
  99. CAT FLEA - FIELD GUIDE
    Flea control, 4-part process,
    Step 4, outdoor treatment, pesticide + light-stable IGR =
    _ and _ formulations are particularly effective outdoors.
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FIELD GUIDE CAT FLEA
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FIELD GUIDE CAT FLEA
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