Ctenocephalides canis (Curtis, 1826)

Beatriz, Salceda-Sánchez & Hastriter, Michael W., 2006, A list of the fleas (Siphonaptera) of Mexico with new host and distribution records, Zootaxa 1296, pp. 29-43: 30

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Ctenocephalides canis (Curtis, 1826)
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Ctenocephalides canis (Curtis, 1826)  

Material examined — Hidalgo: Tlanchinol, Canis   familiaris   (= Canis   lupus) Linnaeus; 1998, B. Salceda. Mexico: Malinalco, IX. 1999, C. Martínez, 4 males, 5 females. Veracruz: Zaragoza, C. familiaris   , III. 1997, 7 males, 13 females.

Remarks—The records and the range of hosts for this species are limited in Mexico ( Hopkins and Rothschild 1953). C. canis   has been found in seven of the 32 states ( Table 1).