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How bloodsucking insects perforate the skin of their hosts



How bloodsucking insects perforate the skin of their hosts



Fleas: proceedings of the International Conference on Fleas Ashton Wold Peterborough UK 21-25 June 1977 edited by R Traub and H Starcke: 335



Fleas and other bloodsucking insects, method of perforation of host skin

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