What Eats Fleas?

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Nematodes, or microscopic worms, eat flea larvae. Spiders, ants, and ground beetles also consume fleas. A yard that has these types of predators will house less fleas than another yard without them.
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Immature fleas, or larvae, molt twice before they finally spin a cocoon to become an adult flea. They eat flea stool, dead insects and dead skin cells. Adult dog fleas feed on the
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Fleas are a parasite. Parasites are left off food webs, if they were included they would be at the
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Fleas eat blood. Young pups are particularly at risk from fleas as they can die from flea anemia.
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Predators of fleas are spiders, ants, and beetles. Frogs and definitely lizards would like them for a snack. I assume you are just wondering about their predators.
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