2 edition of behaviour and breeding biology of the ratflea Nosopsyllus fasciatus (Bosc).. found in the catalog.
behaviour and breeding biology of the ratflea Nosopsyllus fasciatus (Bosc)..
Qazi Javed Iqbal
by U. of Aston in Birmingham,Department of Biological Sciences in Birmingham
Written in English
temperature as a critical factor in mating behaviour of rat flea, nosopsyllus-fasciatus. parasitology. ; 61 (dec): & 7: 8 4: 9: vaughan ja, host-finding behaviour of rabbit flea, spilopsyllus-cuniculi with special reference to significance of breeding cycle of flea cediopsylla simplex is controlled by breeding. Arthropod infestation can alter host behavior and physiology—thereby, introducing unwanted variability into research data. Species Common name References Hemiptera Cimex lectularis Bedbug Siphonaptera Xenopsylla cheopis Oriental rat flea Nosopsyllus fasciatus Northern rat flea Nosopsyllus londiniensis Leptosylla segnis Mouse flea Anoplura.
Pulex irritans (human flea), Ctenocephalides felis felis (cat flea), Ctenocephalides canis (dog flea), Xenopsylla cheopis (oriental rat flea), Nosopsyllus fasciatus (northern rat flea. Northern Rat Flea/ Nosopsyllus fasciatus. European Mouse Flea. Leptopsylla segnis. which order do you expect to feed on starchy materials such as book or wall papers? Psocoptera. According to your lecture notes, many Hemiptera have _____ mouth parts days before breeding, inc feed intake, tricking the body into thinking ita bcs is.
Mouse flea (Fig. 1). Cite this entry as: () Nosopsyllus fasciatus vector of the agents of plague. In: Mehlhorn H. (eds) Encyclopedia of Parasitology. There were a total of 59 (%) cat fleas (Ctenocephalides felis felis), 30 (%) dog fleas (Ctenocephalides canis), 7 (%) European chicken fleas (Ceratophyllus gallinae) and 1 (%) northern rat flea (Nosopsyllus fasciatus) collected in the Czech Republic. Both C. canis and C. felis felis were identified in Romania.
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Temperature as a critical factor in the mating behaviour of the rat flea, Nosopsyllus fasciatus (Bosc.) - Volume 61 Issue 3 - Q. Iqbal, David A. Humphries. Both males and females of Nosopsyllus fasciatus (Bosc) kept at 23 PC normally required a blood-meal before they would mate.
Animal Breeding and Genetics (Discontinued March ) - (LL) Temperature as a critical factor in the mating behaviour of the rat flea, Nosopsyllus fasciatus Cited by: Transmission of Salmonella enteritidis by the Rat Fleas Xenopsylla cheopis and Nosopsyllus fasciatus.
Public Health Reports, 64 (30): Iqbal, Q. Host Finding Behavior of the Rat Flea Nosopsyllus fasciatus. Biologia, 20 (2): Iqbal, Q., D. Humphries. Feeding Behavior of the rat Flea Nosopsyllus fasciatus. It has long been known that the semi-digested vertebrate blood in the faeces of adult fleas constitutes an important element of diet for their larvae.
The author has observed that larvae of Nosopsyllus fasciatus actively pursue adult fleas, grasp them in the anal region and avidly suck up faeces in liquid form, as it is emitted. Rapid sucking of fresh blood, water and rat urine has also been Cited by: 5.
The behaviour and breeding biology of the ratflea nosopsyllus fasciatus (Bosc) Author: Iqbal, Qazi J. ISNI: Awarding Body: University of Aston in Birmingham Current Institution: Aston University Date of Award: Availability of Full Text: Author: Qazi J.
Iqbal. The behaviour and breeding biology of the ratflea nosopsyllus fasciatus (Bosc) By Qazi J. Iqbal OAI identifier: oai: Differences in the mating behaviour of the rat flea Nosopsyllus fasciatus (Bosc) Article in Physiological Entomology 47(2) - April with 23 Reads How we measure 'reads'.
An account is given of laboratory observations on Nosopsyltus fasciatus (Bosc) in the course of which it was seen that larvae that came near adult fleas in the nest débris would pursue and attempt to seize them and attach themselves by the mandibles to the posterior of stationary ones.
As fleas live on blood throughout their life-cycle, they are suitable for experiments to determine whether haematophagous insects suck blood because they lack in their bodies the iron essential for their growth. Previous work on the biology of fleas is briefly summarised.
The experiments described were carried out with Ceratophyllus (Nosopsyllus) fasciatus, Bosc, and details of the technique. The Biology of Ceratophyllus fasciatus Bosc., the Common Rat-Flea of Great Britain1 - Volume 14 Issue 2 - C. Strickland.
Populations of 3 species (Nosopsyllus iranus, Parapulex chephrenis and Xenopsylla conformis) were significantly female-biased, whereas male bias was found in 1 species (Synosternus cleopatrae).
In general, the sex ratio of fleas collected from an individual rodent did not differ significantly from the sex ratio in the entire flea population.
On the life-history and biology of the rat-flea, Nosopsyllus fasciatus (Bosc), Parasitology, 29, – Google Scholar Sharif, M. ( b), On the internal anatomy of the larva of the rat-flea, Nosopsyllus fasciatus (Bosc), Philos.
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The second variety is the Oriental rat flea (Xenopsylla Cheopis), which is the more common human plague vector.
Rat flea life cycle. Both Xenopsylla Cheopis and Nosopsyllus Fasciatus begin life as small white eggs, typically found around animal bedding and rat dwellings.
The larvae that hatch from the eggs are approximately to 3 mm long. A detailed account is given of laboratory investigations, most of which were carried out in andon the biology of fleas, chiefly those that are found on steppe rodents in the endemic plague region in the south-east of European Russia.
The species dealt with were: Ceratophyllus fasciatus[Nosopsyllus fasciatus], Bosc, which usually occurs on rats; Leptopsylla segnis, Schönh. Northern Rat Flea. Northern rat flea (Nosopsyllus fasciatus) This species is found on domestic rats and house mice throughout North America and Europe, but is most common in temperate regions.
The northern rat flea has occasionally been taken from wild rodents. It will also feed on humans. Nosopsyllus fasciatus (rat flea, a rat flea) on 12 Jul at OSGR: SU56 in Berks, England. Nosopsyllus fasciatus, the northern rat flea, is a species of flea found on domestic rats and house mice.
Northern rat fleas are external parasites, living by hematophagy off the blood of rodents. It is the most widely spread of its genus, having originated in Europe, but has been transported to temperate regions all over the world.
Northern Rat Flea (Nosopsyllus fasciatus) This is a common flea of domestic rats, especially in temperate and northern regions of the world. Although it will bite humans and can transmit several zoonotic pathogens such as the agents of plague and murine typhus, it is far less important in this respect than the Oriental rat flea.
This page was last edited on 8 Juneat Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License; additional terms may using.Nosopsyllus fasciatus reacts in the same way as X.
cheopis to uniform and alternative humidities, but there is no evidence of a high klino-kinesis. When a roll of lint is dropped into a vessel infested with X. cheopis the number which jump on to it increases with relative humidity. The number which jumped on to a month-old rat did not show.Meadbriggs, A.R.: Breeding of the rabbit flea, Spilopsyllus cuniculi (Dale): Requirement of a `factor’ from a pregnant rabbit for ovarian maturation.