adult male Oropsylla Montana flea

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    5634, CDC

    This flea is a common ectoparasite of the rock squirrel, Citellus variegatus, and in the western United States, is an important vector for the bacterium Yersinia pestis, the pathogen responsible for causing plague.

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    1. WillSpirit-M [deleted] 63 months ago | reply

      I like the photo. It fit with an entry in my noncommercial blog, willspirit.com, so I borrowed it via your lineup in CreativeCommons. There will be a link back to your photostream, though not as prominent as the format suggested by CC. Let me know if you object to my use of your image, and I'll remove it. Otherwise, Thank you!

    2. RumpledElf 44 months ago | reply

      Hi, I've used this one as well: photographicdictionary.com/f/flea

      Thanks for sharing with a CC license!

    3. TillysNest 20 months ago | reply

      I too added your photo under the creative commons here:
      www.tillysnest.com/2013/07/backyard-chickens-and-fleas.html
      Thank you!

    4. andur1992 9 months ago | reply

      Hi,
      I have used this picture on my website at the following page:

      remedyandcure.com/4-tips-how-to-get-rid-of-fleas/

      Thank you. :)

    5. tomfrost83 5 months ago | reply

      I love this pic and have used it for my pest control website: Thanks! www.purepestmanagement.co.uk/#!fleas/c12l0

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