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Definition of Water flea

Water flea
Water flea Wa"ter flea` (Zo["o]l.) Any one of numerous species of small aquatic Entomostraca belonging to the genera Cyclops, Daphnia, etc; -- so called because they swim with sudden leaps, or starts.

Meaning of Water flea from wikipedia

- The Cladocera, commonly known as water fleas are an order of small crustaceans that feed on microscopic chunks of organic matter (excluding some predatory...
- Bythotrephes longim**** (also Bythotrephes cederstroemi), or the spiny water flea, is a planktonic crustacean less than 15 millimetres (0.6 in) long. It...
- that allow a group of organisms to diversify. Daphnia lumholtzi is a water flea that is able to form rigid head spines in response to chemicals released...
- unwanted species as: Cholera Vibrio cholerae (various strains) Cladoceran Water Flea Cercopagis pengoi Mitten Crab Eriocheir sinensis Toxic algae (red/brown/green...
- professionally as Flea, is an Australian-American musician and actor. He is a founding member and the b****ist of the rock band Red Hot Chili Peppers. Flea briefly...
- the family Boreidae Water flea, any of several small aquatic crustacea FLEA (psychedelic), a psychedelic phenethylamine Fuel fleas, microscopic particles...
- crustaceans commonly called water fleas because their saltatory (Wiktionary) swimming style resembles the movements of fleas. Daphnia spp. live in various...
- Dracunculus medinensis. A person becomes infected from drinking water that contains water fleas infected with guinea worm larvae. After ingestion, the worms...
- Daphnia magna, large water flea Daphnia ****x, common water flea Moina, ****anese water flea Diplostraca, clam shrimp Asellus aquaticus, water slater Trachelipus...
- Europe and to the brackish Baltic Sea. Further it was introduced in ballast water to the Great Lakes of North America and a number of adjacent lakes, and...