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Xenopsylla cheopis, è una pulce   ectoparassita di molti animali; è frequente soprattutto sui ratti ed è il principale vettore della peste bubbonica in quanto veicola il patterio patogeno Yersinia pestis.

Xenopsilla cheopis

Xenopsilla cheopis

Classificazione

Classe: Insetti

Ordine: Sifonatteri o Afanitteri

Famiglia: Pulicidi, comprende circa 150 specie, parassite di mammiferi, cosmopolita.

Genere: Xenopsilla

Specie: Xenopsilla cheopis

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