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Tiny fleas
Hello
cow

Does anyone know about a very, unusually-tiny, flea?

I cannot find anything on it on YouTube.

Is there such a thing as a “baby” flea?

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08/15/2013 01:50 PM
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Re: Tiny fleas
Hello
cow

Does anyone know about a very, unusually-tiny, flea?

I cannot find anything on it on YouTube.

Is there such a thing as a “baby” flea?

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08/15/2013 01:58 PM
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Re: Tiny fleas
Yes. They are practically invisible. I have tried numerous safe applications to get rid of them. You can feel them crawling on you and jumping onto you. Good luck in ridding yourself of these pests.
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Re: Tiny fleas
there are bird mites, some call them black pepper mites

they are not easy to get rid of

you might have a bird's nest in your eaves or something else giving them access to your house

neem oil can help repel them

also orange oil

washing sheets and clothes, rugs etc, vacuuming, changing vacuum bag to keep them from coming out

if you have a pet, they might have scabies

scabies are extremely horrible I hear

and very hard to eradicate

there are websites dedicated to getting rid of these pests and parasites

good luck, eat a lot of garlic

rodents can also carry them evidently
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Re: Tiny fleas
there are bird mites, some call them black pepper mites

they are not easy to get rid of

you might have a bird's nest in your eaves or something else giving them access to your house

neem oil can help repel them

also orange oil

washing sheets and clothes, rugs etc, vacuuming, changing vacuum bag to keep them from coming out

if you have a pet, they might have scabies

scabies are extremely horrible I hear

and very hard to eradicate

there are websites dedicated to getting rid of these pests and parasites

good luck, eat a lot of garlic

rodents can also carry them evidently
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1331439


I am talking about tiny "fleas"

not bird mites etc.

I think weare in trouble

get serious about this ! ! !

!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
SOMEONE PLEASE
!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Re: Tiny fleas
Yes. They are practically invisible. I have tried numerous safe applications to get rid of them. You can feel them crawling on you and jumping onto you. Good luck in ridding yourself of these pests.
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they are fleas that are the size of a comma, and i suspect theyare carrying the a form of Black Plague that may kill infants only.
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08/15/2013 03:20 PM
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Re: Tiny fleas
Eh they apear at the same time as moss and start plants on oil sand , well i saw allot .... But when its fine even fleas rather jump back in the woods as other drive ?
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Eh they apear at the same time as moss and start plants on oil sand , well i saw allot .... But when its fine even fleas rather jump back in the woods as other drive ?
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fleas the size of a comma on animals, not plants, (FLEAS)
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08/15/2013 03:26 PM
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Re: Tiny fleas
Spider mites act like tiny fleas. We have them here at work (tho our cheap bug guys says we dont). We caught some on a sticky trap and looked through a magnifying glass.

They suck. They bite you and disappear. All you know is you got bit by something and it itches like crazy.

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Re: Tiny fleas
Spider mites act like tiny fleas. We have them here at work (tho our cheap bug guys says we dont). We caught some on a sticky trap and looked through a magnifying glass.

They suck. They bite you and disappear. All you know is you got bit by something and it itches like crazy.

monster
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 10445122


no

they arenot "spider mites"

they are fleas, the size of a comma
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Re: Tiny fleas
Hello
cow

Does anyone know about a very, unusually-tiny, flea?

I cannot find anything on it on YouTube.

Is there such a thing as a “baby” flea?

[link to www.askmehelpdesk.com]
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 35997780


does anyone know of a telephone number where you can give/get information on a suspect of Black Plague infection etc?

As you can see thereis no telephone number here:
[link to www.hhs.gov]
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08/15/2013 03:53 PM
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Re: Tiny fleas
Are you sure you aren't dealing with bed bugs OP? Getting more and more common these days sadly enough. Fleas actually hatch out from the egg virtually full grown.
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Re: Tiny fleas
The only way a flea can transmit the plague is if they bite a rodent carrying it before they bite you... They don't pass it on to their young.
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Re: Tiny fleas
Hello
cow

Does anyone know about a very, unusually-tiny, flea?

I cannot find anything on it on YouTube.

Is there such a thing as a “baby” flea?

[link to www.askmehelpdesk.com]
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 35997780


Is there such thing as a baby flea?

No they hatch as adults.

Retarded answer for retarded question.
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Re: Tiny fleas
Hello
cow

Does anyone know about a very, unusually-tiny, flea?

I cannot find anything on it on YouTube.

Is there such a thing as a “baby” flea?

[link to www.askmehelpdesk.com]
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 35997780


Is there such thing as a baby flea?

No they hatch as adults.

Retarded answer for retarded question.
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thank you, freak.

WHY ARE YOU SHILLING THIS POST?- AND NAME-CALLING ? ? ! ! !

I just found the answer:


"Fleas have the same life cycle as caterpillars. The adult female flea lays eggs. These eggs are visible to the naked human eye and are roughly the size of a grain of salt. The larvae hatches out of the egg in maggot form. Baby fleas look like small, white maggots. The maggots spin themselves into little cocoons and hatch out as adult fleas ready for action. All adult fleas are roughly the same size."



Read more: [link to www.ehow.com]
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Re: Tiny fleas
Hello
cow

Does anyone know about a very, unusually-tiny, flea?

I cannot find anything on it on YouTube.

Is there such a thing as a “baby” flea?

[link to www.askmehelpdesk.com]
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 35997780


Is there such thing as a baby flea?

No they hatch as adults.

Retarded answer for retarded question.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 21867568


thank you, freak.

WHY ARE YOU SHILLING THIS POST?- AND NAME-CALLING ? ? ! ! !

I just found the answer:


"Fleas have the same life cycle as caterpillars. The adult female flea lays eggs. These eggs are visible to the naked human eye and are roughly the size of a grain of salt. The larvae hatches out of the egg in maggot form. Baby fleas look like small, white maggots. The maggots spin themselves into little cocoons and hatch out as adult fleas ready for action. All adult fleas are roughly the same size."



Read more: [link to www.ehow.com]
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You are the freak sprouting black plague bullshit. And how did you form this paranoid opinion?
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08/15/2013 04:06 PM
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Re: Tiny fleas
Yes. They are practically invisible. I have tried numerous safe applications to get rid of them. You can feel them crawling on you and jumping onto you. Good luck in ridding yourself of these pests.
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they are fleas that are the size of a comma, and i suspect theyare carrying the a form of Black Plague that may kill infants only.
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A comma can be pretty big.
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Re: Tiny fleas
Hello
cow

Does anyone know about a very, unusually-tiny, flea?

I cannot find anything on it on YouTube.

Is there such a thing as a “baby” flea?

[link to www.askmehelpdesk.com]
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 35997780


Is there such thing as a baby flea?

No they hatch as adults.

Retarded answer for retarded question.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 21867568


thank you, freak.

WHY ARE YOU SHILLING THIS POST?- AND NAME-CALLING ? ? ! ! !

I just found the answer:


"Fleas have the same life cycle as caterpillars. The adult female flea lays eggs. These eggs are visible to the naked human eye and are roughly the size of a grain of salt. The larvae hatches out of the egg in maggot form. Baby fleas look like small, white maggots. The maggots spin themselves into little cocoons and hatch out as adult fleas ready for action. All adult fleas are roughly the same size."



Read more: [link to www.ehow.com]
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 35997780


You are the freak sprouting black plague bullshit. And how did you form this paranoid opinion?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 21867568


stealing words out of my mouth right now maynot be a good idea ("freak").

So i suggest you go and use disinfection on yourself; inside and out.
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08/15/2013 04:11 PM
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Re: Tiny fleas
there are bird mites, some call them black pepper mites

they are not easy to get rid of

you might have a bird's nest in your eaves or something else giving them access to your house

neem oil can help repel them

also orange oil

washing sheets and clothes, rugs etc, vacuuming, changing vacuum bag to keep them from coming out

if you have a pet, they might have scabies

scabies are extremely horrible I hear

and very hard to eradicate

there are websites dedicated to getting rid of these pests and parasites

good luck, eat a lot of garlic

rodents can also carry them evidently
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1331439


I am talking about tiny "fleas"

not bird mites etc.

I think weare in trouble

get serious about this ! ! !

!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
SOMEONE PLEASE
!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 35997780




Umm... if they're THAT tiny, how do you know they're fleas and not mites?
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08/15/2013 04:13 PM
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Re: Tiny fleas
as i suspected there is no such thing as a "baby" flea.

This flea is man-made, and you know what that means ! ! !
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as i suspected there is no such thing as a "baby" flea.

This flea is man-made, and you know what that means ! ! !
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It means they are probably under your skin too.
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Re: Tiny fleas
there are bird mites, some call them black pepper mites

they are not easy to get rid of

you might have a bird's nest in your eaves or something else giving them access to your house

neem oil can help repel them

also orange oil

washing sheets and clothes, rugs etc, vacuuming, changing vacuum bag to keep them from coming out

if you have a pet, they might have scabies

scabies are extremely horrible I hear

and very hard to eradicate

there are websites dedicated to getting rid of these pests and parasites

good luck, eat a lot of garlic

rodents can also carry them evidently
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1331439


I am talking about tiny "fleas"

not bird mites etc.

I think weare in trouble

get serious about this ! ! !

!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
SOMEONE PLEASE
!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 35997780




Umm... if they're THAT tiny, how do you know they're fleas and not mites?
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iamnot blind?-

might be one reasonable reason?
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Re: Tiny fleas
You gotta slap them mofos...

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Re: Tiny fleas
does anyone have a telephone number i can call before these specimens deteriorate?

Can i put them in the freezer?
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paper mites
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[link to www.youtube.com]
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Re: Tiny fleas
Hello
cow

Does anyone know about a very, unusually-tiny, flea?

I cannot find anything on it on YouTube.

Is there such a thing as a “baby” flea?

[link to www.askmehelpdesk.com]
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 35997780


Flea eggs can lay dormant for a long time...it would help to tell us why the fuck you want to know.
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Burn them off with fire OP.
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Re: Tiny fleas
I found this post from a 2002 pest control site talking about these same tiny fleas.

[link to www.e-bug.net]
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Re: Tiny fleas
Do they look like snow fleas?

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