Ceratophyllidae

Ceratophyllidae is a family of fleas. Its members parasitize mainly rodents and birds. It contains two subfamilies, one containing over 40 genera, and the other just three. Subfamily Ceratophyllinae Subfamily Ceratophyllinae (continued) Subfamily Dactylopsyllinae ...
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Ceratophyllidae

A family of mammal and bird fleas, many of which have a wide host range and serve as important vectors of plague, sustaining the infection among wild and domestic rodent hosts. Important genera include Nosopsyllus and Ceratophyllus. ... Origin: G. Keras, horn, + phyllodes, like leaves ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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Ceratophyllidae

Type: Term Pronunciation: ser′ă-tō-fil′i-dē Definitions: 1. A family of mammalian and axian fleas, many of which have a wide host range and serve as important vectors of plague, sustaining the infection among wild and domestic rodent hosts. Important genera include Nosopsyllus and Ceratophyllus.
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