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Definition of Pulex

Pulex
Pulex Pu"lex, n. [L., a flea.] (Zo["o]l.) A genus of parasitic insects including the fleas. See Flea.

Meaning of Pulex from wikipedia

- species: ****x alvarezi Barrera, 1955 ****x echidnophagoides (Wagner, 1933) ****x irritans Linnaeus, 1758 ****x larimerius Lewis et Grimaldi, 1997 ****x porcinus...
- Daphnia ****x is the most common species of water flea. It has a cosmopolitan distribution: the species is found throughout the Americas, Europe, and...
- The human flea (****x irritans) – once also called the house flea – is a cosmopolitan flea species that has, in spite of the common name, a wide host...
- Gammarus ****x is a species of amphipod crustacean found in fresh water across much of Europe. It is a greyish animal, growing to 21 mm (0.83 in) long...
- Naphrys ****x is a species of spider from the family Salticidae that is widely distributed in Canada and the United States. Males have gray and black...
- lakes and ponds. The two most commonly found species of Daphnia are D. ****x (small and most common) and D. magna (large). They are often ****ociated...
- (silverfish), Podura (springtails), Termes (termites), Pediculus (lice), ****x (fleas), Acarus (mites & ticks), Phalangium (harvestmen), Aranea (spiders)...
- Ammoglanis ****x is a species of pencil catfish found in the Paria Grande River, the Pamoni River, and the Caño Garrapata in Venezuela. This species reaches...
- Actia ****x is a species of parasitic fly in the family Tachinidae. "Actia ****x". GBIF. Retrieved 2020-01-22. O'Hara, James E. "Taxonomic and host catalogue...
- columbaeColumbicola columbae  Pediculus pari Pediculus apis ****x irritanshuman flea  ****x penetranschigoe flea Tunga penetrans Acarus elephantinus...