Four Stage Cycle
Fleas have a four stage life cycle, similar to most insects. Their life cycle starts with an egg that hatches into a larva that looks like a tiny caterpillar or maggot. This larva feed primarily on flea dirt in your pets bedding or general environment. Once the larva eats enough it spins a protective cocoon where it transforms into a pupa. The final stage of the metamorphosis is complete when the adult flea splits the pupa case emerges from within.
Fleas to Infestation
The adult fleas immediately look for a host to feed upon and thus starting the whole cycle over again. Two fleas can produce hundreds, hundreds can produce thousands and thousands tens of thousands. Before you know it you have a full blown infestation!
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