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The microscopic fleas can cling to fishing lines and survive in lake water at the base of your boat.
Spiny water fleas feed on other smaller, native water fleas, which are a vital food sources for small fish and keep algae in check.
Some have suggested that ducks are the culprits of cross-water spreads, but humans transporting the fleas is the clear issue.
Small fish will choke or puncture their organs if they try to consume the flea due to its long, sharp spine.
The Petit Qoobo is like a cat, without a head or legs or fleas or a soul.
On feeling the bite of the flea, thrust the part bitten immediately into boiling water.
W'en Brer Rabbit year 'im comin' he bounce 'roun' in dar same ez a flea in a piller-case, but 't aint do no good.
NIGHTS WITH UNCLE REMUSJOEL CHANDLER HARRIS
W'y, dat ar ole creetur aint never hurted a flea in all he born days—dat he aint,' sezee.
NIGHTS WITH UNCLE REMUSJOEL CHANDLER HARRIS
"I guess that's the best rabbit dog anywhere around here," he said, as a flea-bitten cur trotted past.
Old carpets, the sleeping places of cats or dogs or any dirty unswept corner may hold the eggs of the flea.
A CIVIC BIOLOGYGEORGE WILLIAM HUNTER

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