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Flea Pictures - What do Fleas and Flea Infestations Look Like.
Jun 19, 2009 . Unlike many other insects, fleas have no wings and do not fly. . short, three- segmented antennae and simple, tube-like mouth-parts designed .

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They have long front antennae and hard segmented exoskeletons. They have clearly visible eyes, unlike animal fleas. They can hop as well as wriggle and .

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  • Insect Adaptation Slide Set
    your own, you can borrow the Microscope Kit from the library.*** . Most insects have 2 antennae, 4 wings, and 6 legs. . Fleas don't need eyes to find food.

  • Fleas, ticks, lice, mosquitos and mites
    Fleas have eyes and antennae, which detect heat, vibration, carbon dioxide, . Fleas lay approximately 50 eggs per day A flea can produce 400 to 1000 eggs in .

  • Pillbugs
    With practice, they can readily be distinguished with the naked eye. Cylisticus . The antennae are long and have distinctive white joints. . They include pillbugs, crabs, shrimp, krill, brine shrimp (sea monkeys) and daphnia (water fleas).

  • Antenna (biology) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
    Antennae (singular: antenna) in biology have historically been paired . classes of Hexapoda, Collembola and Diplura have antenna, but Protura do not.

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HowStuffWorks "Cockroach Anatomy and Physiology"
Those that do usually have vestigial wings -- small, undeveloped wings that often don't . They have three pairs of jointed legs, one pair of antennae and a rigid exoskeleton. . Fleas have three real talents – eating, breeding and waiting.