What Do Flea Eggs Look like?


They are either white or clear, and can have black spots on them. They can also be yellow, or a pearl type color. They are very tiny, and can only be seen with a magnifying glass.
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Flea eggs are pearl white in colour, oval shaped and approximately 0.5 mm long. They hatch after one week into white thread-like larvae. The larvae thrive in dark, humid places such as carpets and animal bedding.
The flea eggs look like tiny yellow, tan, or brown dots or classic form is louse borne.
Flea eggs look like tiny grains of sand. Fleas may look like they are brown but when you smash them they look like they are red. If you get a flea comb it will comb out the fleas and there eggs.
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