How Big Is a Flea?


Flea's are not big at all, in fact they are really tiny at the size of 1/10 to 1/5 of an inch. Flea larva when born, look like a worm - but thankfully they don't bite, yet! You can find more information here:
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Oriental Rat Flea
Kingdom: Animalia Phylum: Arthropoda Class: Insecta Order: Siphonaptera Family: Pulicidae Genus: Xenopsylla Species: Xenopsylla cheopis
Xenopsylla cheopis usually inhabits tropical and subtropical habitats, although it has been reported in the temperate zone as well. Xenopsylla cheopis is rarely found in cold areas since it requires a tropical/subtropical climate... More »
Flea's are very tiny and cannot sometimes be seen by the human eye. If your pet or house is infested with fleas, take care of it asap as fleas are quite the pain and reproduce very fast.
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Full grown fleas are 3 millimeters, or one eighth inch in length. Fleas have 6 legs all together which are used for jumping on to their host. To find more information click here:
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A sand flea also known as a Chigoe flea is about 1mm long. The scientific name is Tunga
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