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Adult Cat Fleas are one of the most important pests of homes, lawns and pets in the United Kingdom. There are other flea species but the Cat Flea is the one most often encountered by pest professionals. There is a very slight chance of encountering other species of fleas but control products and methods are the same with other species as those used in controlling cat fleas. The only exception to this would be in controlling flea hosts.
Below is some helpful information on the most common types of Fleas that you may be having problems with.
Details discussed here will include the flea life cycle, large and small fleas, male fleas vs. females, adult flea life expectancy, female fleas, number of flea eggs produced by female and other information to use when implementing your flea control and pest prevention program.
The adult flea is one of the four stages of fleas. Beginning with the flea egg, the life cycle continues through three instars of larval development and into the more dormant pupal stage where the flea larvae are transformed into adult fleas. The egg, larva, pupa and adult comprises what is known as complete metamorphosis.
Do you have a problem with fleas in your Manchester home or business? If you’re looking for a flea removal service in Manchester to address a problem with flea infestation, or you want to stop fleas from entering your home or business, we can help. Manchester Flea Control is the leading Manchester provider in the assessment, treatment and prevention of fleas in both homes and businesses. We can visit your premises and advise you on the best way of dealing with fleas, including professional removal of fleas’ nests. Our flea removal and prevention services cover all areas of Manchester, Stockport and Cheshire area.
Selecting flea control measures depends to a large extent on the size of the problem. In many instances infestations of well kept houses can be easily traced to pests. Where this is not the case it is useful to establish the pest species. This will help to identify possible hosts and even the focus of the infestations. Control measures must be directed at the brood as well as the adult fleas. Insecticides can be used to treat infested premises and protect them from reinfestation. In addition, hosts can be treated directly, or rodenticides employed.