Generally, adult fleas are about 1/8-inch long, oval and reddish-brown in colour. They are wingless creatures with very thin bodies, which allows them to move through animal fur and feathers.
Fleas also have very large hind legs and a slim proboscis (beak) that extends forward when feasting on a blood meal. At rest, the proboscis sits down and backwards between the flea's legs. This part of the body cannot be seen without the aid of a microscope.
Similarly, recognition of flea larvae and pupae requires the use of a microscope. To the unaided eye, the legless larvae resemble tiny whitish "worms." Flea pupae are unrecognisable to the naked eye because they are encased within a sticky cocoon covered by incorporated soil particles and small items of debris from the habitat in which the larvae develop.
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