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Ceratophyllus gallinae (European chicken flea)

Synonyms: Ceratopsyllus aenas; Ceratopsyllus avium; Ceratopsyllus gibsoni; Ceratopsyllus glaphyrus; Ceratopsyllus monedulae; Ceratopsyllus pratensis; Ceratopsyllus spini; Ceratopsyllus turdi
Language: Russian

Wikipedia Abstract

Ceratophyllus gallinae, known as the hen flea in Europe or the European chicken flea elsewhere, is an ectoparasite of birds. It was described by Schrank in 1803.
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Providers

Parasite of 
Acanthis flammea (Common Redpoll)[1]
Accipiter gentilis (Northern Goshawk)[1]
Accipiter nisus (Eurasian Sparrowhawk)[1]
Accipiter striatus (Sharp-shinned Hawk)[1]
Acrocephalus arundinaceus (Great Reed Warbler)[1]
Aegolius funereus (Boreal Owl)[1]
Anas platyrhynchos (Mallard)[1]
Anthus pratensis (Meadow Pipit)[1]
Apodemus flavicollis (Yellow-necked mouse)[1]
Asio otus (Long-eared Owl)[1]
Bombycilla cedrorum (Cedar Waxwing)[1]
Bubo bubo (Eurasian Eagle-Owl)[1]
Bucephala clangula (Common Goldeneye)[1]
Buteo buteo (Common Buzzard)[1]
Certhia brachydactyla (Short-toed Treecreeper)[1]
Certhia familiaris (Eurasian Treecreeper)[1]
Coloeus monedula (Western Jackdaw)[1]
Columba livia (Rock Pigeon)[1]
Columba oenas (Stock Dove)[1]
Coracias garrulus (European Roller)[1]
Corvus corone (Carrion Crow)[1]
Corvus frugilegus (Rook)[1]
Cyanistes caeruleus (Blue Tit)[1]
Cyanoramphus novaezelandiae (Red-fronted Parakeet)[1]
Delichon urbicum (Common house-martin and northern house-martin)[1]
Dendrocopos major (Great Spotted Woodpecker)[1]
Erinaceus europaeus (western European hedgehog)[1]
Erithacus rubecula (European Robin)[1]
Falco peregrinus (Peregrine Falcon)[1]
Falco tinnunculus (Eurasian Kestrel)[1]
Ficedula hypoleuca (European Pied Flycatcher)[1]
Fringilla coelebs (Common Chaffinch)[1]
Gallus gallus (Red Junglefowl)[1]
Glaucomys volans (southern flying squirrel)[1]
Glis glis (fat dormouse)[1]
Hippolais icterina (Icterine Warbler)[1]
Hirundo rustica (Barn Swallow)[1]
Jynx torquilla (Eurasian Wryneck)[1]
Lagurus lagurus (steppe lemming)[1]
Lanius collurio (Red-backed Shrike)[1]
Lanius cristatus (Brown Shrike)[1]
Larus fuscus (Lesser Black-backed Gull)[1]
Linaria cannabina (Common Linnet)[1]
Lophophanes cristatus (European Crested Tit)[1]
Meleagris gallopavo (Wild Turkey)[1]
Mergus merganser (Common Merganser)[1]
Microtus gregalis (narrow-headed vole)[1]
Motacilla alba (White Wagtail)[1]
Motacilla cinerea (Grey Wagtail)[1]
Motacilla flava (Western Yellow Wagtail)[1]
Muscicapa striata (Spotted Flycatcher)[1]
Mustela putorius (European Polecat)[1]
Myocastor coypus (nutria)[1]
Myodes gapperi (southern red-backed vole)[1]
Myodes rufocanus (gray red-backed vole)[1]
Myodes rutilus (northern red-backed vole)[1]
Nyctalus noctula (noctule)[1]
Ochotona alpina (Alpine Pika)[1]
Pachyptila turtur (Fairy Prion)[1]
Parus major (Great Tit)[1]
Passer domesticus (House Sparrow)[1]
Pastor roseus (Rosy Starling)[1]
Perdix perdix (Grey Partridge)[1]
Periparus ater (Coal Tit)[1]
Phalacrocorax carbo (Great Cormorant)[1]
Phasianus colchicus (Ring-necked Pheasant)[1]
Phoenicurus ochruros (Black Redstart)[1]
Phoenicurus phoenicurus (Common Redstart)[1]
Phylloscopus collybita (Common Chiffchaff)[1]
Phylloscopus trochilus (Willow Warbler)[1]
Picoides pubescens (Downy Woodpecker)[1]
Picoides villosus (Hairy Woodpecker)[1]
Picus viridis (European Green Woodpecker)[1]
Plecotus auritus (brown big-eared bat)[1]
Plectrophenax nivalis (Snow Bunting)[1]
Podiceps cristatus (Great Crested Grebe)[1]
Poecile atricapillus (Black-capped Chickadee)[1]
Poecile palustris (Marsh Tit)[1]
Prunella modularis (Dunnock)[1]
Pteromys volans (Siberian flying squirrel)[1]
Pyrrhula pyrrhula (Eurasian Bullfinch)[1]
Rattus norvegicus (Norway rat)[1]
Regulus calendula (Ruby-crowned Kinglet)[1]
Remiz pendulinus (Eurasian Penduline Tit)[1]
Rhea americana (Greater Rhea)[1]
Saxicola rubetra (Whinchat)[1]
Serinus serinus (European Serin)[1]
Sialia sialis (Eastern Bluebird)[1]
Sitta europaea (Eurasian Nuthatch)[1]
Somateria mollissima (Common Eider)[1]
Strix aluco (Tawny Owl)[1]
Sturnus vulgaris (European Starling)[1]
Surnia ulula (Northern Hawk-Owl)[1]
Sylvia borin (Garden Warbler)[1]
Sylvia communis (Common Whitethroat)[1]
Sylvia curruca (Lesser Whitethroat)[1]
Tachycineta bicolor (Tree Swallow)[1]
Tamias sibiricus (Siberian chipmunk)[1]
Tamias striatus (eastern chipmunk)[1]
Tamiasciurus hudsonicus (red squirrel)[1]
Tichodroma muraria (Wallcreeper)[1]
Troglodytes aedon (House Wren)[1]
Troglodytes troglodytes (Winter Wren)[1]
Turdus merula (Eurasian Blackbird)[1]
Turdus migratorius (American Robin)[1]
Turdus philomelos (Song Thrush)[1]
Turdus pilaris (Fieldfare)[1]
Turdus torquatus (Ring Ouzel)[1]
Upupa epops (Eurasian Hoopoe)[1]
Urocitellus undulatus (long-tailed ground squirrel)[1]
Vulpes vulpes (Red Fox)[2]
Zosterops lateralis (Silvereye)[1]

Distribution

East-American subregion, East-Mediterranean province, West-Mediterranean province, Iranian province, Siberian province, European province; New Zealand, Canada, USA, Iran, Morocco, Greece, France, Finland, Russia, Republic of Ireland, Great Britain;

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Citations

Attributes / relations provided by 1International Flea Database 2Nunn, C. L., and S. Altizer. 2005. The Global Mammal Parasite Database: An Online Resource for Infectious Disease Records in Wild Primates. Evolutionary Anthroplogy 14:1-2.
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