Description: "Fleas are of importance to main in two ways: First, as disease carriers and, second, as parasites or annoyers of man and animals.... In many instances they have been known to render houses uninhabitable for a time, and certain species cause considerable loss among poultry as well as annoyance to other animals." -- title page. This bulletin discusses the life cycle of the flea, its habits, its role as a carrier of bubonic plague, and the injuries it causes to domestic animals. Methods of destroying and controlling the flea are also discussed.
Creator: Bishopp, F. C. (Fred Corry), 1884-1970
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