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Michael J. Day. chelicerae are capable of moving back and forth and the toothlike digits are used to cut and pierce the skin of the host animal during feeding. Below the chelicerae is the median hypostome, which emerges from the base of the palps (the basis capituli) and extends anteriorly and ventrally. The hypostome does not move, but is armed with rows of backwardly directed, ventral teeth. The hypostome is thrust into the hole cut by the chelicerae and the teeth are used to attach Dog, cat Adult on skin of host; larvae Adults seen grossly Cat and dog fleas and pupae in the bedding/ living area of host; can cause flea allergy dermatitis Flea “dirt” (feces) on host Ticks Hard Vectors for Rocky Mountain spotted fever, tularemia,

Q.fever Scutum ornate; basis capitulum parallel sided, palps short with festoons Dermacentor spp. Dog, cat threehost tick Pacific Coast dog tick Ixodes scapularis Deer tick Animals, humans threehost tick Vector for Lyme disease (Borrelia Single white spot dorsal on female, males have white or yellow lines on scutum; long palps and hypostome, eyespots and festoons Multiple black stripes on male scutum. WEB TABLE 936 Species Infectious Disease Transmitted Tick Vectors of Infectious Diseases of the Dog or Cat Morphology Preferred Hosts Geographic Distribution Amblyomma americanum Amblyomma maculatum Dermacentor andersoni Dermacentor variabilis Ixodes pacificus Ixodes scapularis Ixodes ricinus Cat fleas on cats had increased from 56

to.63% over the same period. Cat fleas are much less specific than dog fleas, but tend to be the only species found on cats. Both cats and dogs pick up fleas from rabbits, hedgehogs and squirrels, but these are hostspecific and do not remain on the animal for long. Adult fleas must obtain a blood meal to become sexually mature and reproduce. At the anterior end of their body, fleas have two pairs of palps to feel the skin surface and two 99.— Diagram of Premolar Tooth or Cat. with Alveolus, after Waldeyer (Magnified Thirty Diameters). (Thanhoffer.) A, bony wall of alveolus : zo. enamel prisms : ztt. ennmel eoatinjr : h. (puces in the base of the enamel prisms: D, dentine; cle. dentinal tubules: /ft, gum. with alveolar periosteum

below.it; C, cement; eh, eemont spaces ; jfb, toothpulp ; i, nerve entering palp ; and r, pulp bloodvessels. usually small and conical, generalhr cylindrical, but sometimes flattened, straight, curved, i. e., direct inspection of the ovaries, by palpation (palp.), or by a study of the serial sections of the ovary (No. 45). Table 6 — Succession of ovulatory function (r = right; was found in the monkey and it can now be said that its occurrence in M. rhesus is as infallible as in the rat. Stafford (1930) recently investigated the phenomenon in the rat, rabbit, cat, dog and guineapig and found that India ink, vascularly injected, reached the uterine lumen in all these species except the guineapig, Scheme. for. Identification. of.

Arthropod..Ectoparasites. of. Dogs. and. Cats. Figure 254 Algorithm for diagnosing hepatocutaneous syndrome (HS). SND, Superficial SIMPLE EYES, AND NO WINGS ADULTS WITH SIX LEGS, THREE BODY PARTS (HEAD, THORAX, AND ABDOMEN) CLASS INSECTA Flattened dorsoventrally, mouthparts of chelicera, hypostome, palp Dorsal shield (scutum) Inornate scutum, anal groove forming an arch, lack festoons Inornate scutum, has festoons,  feel disgust revolt feel dissatisfaction resent feel dull pain ache feeler advance, antenna, barometer, experiment, inquiry, leak, offer, overture, palp(us), probe, proposal, random, sample, sensor, tentacle feel for bleed, condole, grieve, lament, sly, smooth, sneaky, stealthy, subtle, tiger, tricky, wily feline animal

cat,.cheetah, eyra, jaguarondi, jaguarundi, lion, lynx, ocelot, tiger feline hybrid tigon feline pelt leopard skin, tiger skin feline pet cat feline predator cheetah, leopard, lion, lynx, These latter organs lie side by side in an incomplete tube formed by the approximation of the two labial palps; between the mandibles lies a median piercer—the hypopharynx—which is traversed by the duct of the salivary glands; these probably discharge some irritant into the puncture. The flea lays some eight or ten eggs at a time; these, in the case of the dog or cat, are deposited among the fur; in man in the undergarments; but in most cases the eggs, sooner or later, fall to the Note particularly that in the genus Xenopsylla it is not

armed.with a row of stout spines as in the dog and cat flea belonging to the genus Ctenocephalus (see figs. 146 and 147, pp. 264 and 266), and which collectively form the (the lower lip), is in a somewhat primitive condition in the flea, the labium proper consisting of a short, boatshaped basal plate, to the distal end of which the long labial palps, la. p., are attached. The mouth parts of a flea are illustrated in fig. 137. With the aid of 

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