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2011-07-07 10:42:22
2011-07-07 10:42:22

they lays eggs that are called nits. they look a lot like dandruff but dont be mistaken these little dots stick to the hair


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Lice are parasitic insects that must live, feed and reproduce on the body of a living host and they are parasites of humans

Yes Head Lice reproduce on average a Female Head Louse lays about 3 - 10 Eggs a day

the lice benefits from sucking the blood out of the head of the human. then it is able to reproduce, have babies, and then they will begin feeding as well.

yes. they lay little eggs called nits in your hair.

lice are insects. people who have lice comb their hair and little lice eggs/larvae get left on the comb. they wear a hat it gets stuck on the hat. when someone else uses the comb/hat, the eggs/larvae get left on their scalp, hatch, and reproduce

No, they lay eggs called "nit." Fertilization is a part of sexual reproduction.

Yes, lice fart in your very scalp. Sometimes juices come out and infest your head with the smell of chesnuts. Other lice eat this and reproduce more rapidly then before. If you smell chestnuts, you should get that shite taken care of.

Technically, yes. Head lice are wingless insects. They reproduce by mating. Females lay eggs (nits) that, if inseminated will likely hatch into adult head lice to repeat the life cycle unless treated and killed.

it is where scabies, which are mites underneath the skin reproduce. you can treat this by simply applying cream.

yeahhh well sorta...when ur head touches someones head with lice, lice immediately jump onto ur head and reproduce themselves in ur hair... but there not gonna jump around your head... jur head is gonna get really itchy thou!

Lice Eggs and Lice Nits are usually mistaken as Dandruff and Dandruff is usually mistaken as Lice Eggs and Lice Nits

"Lice are" - as the word 'lice' refers that there is more than one the word louse is used to refer to one lice

Pediculosis this is an infestation of lice whether it be body lice, pubic lice or head lice.

you usually get lice from other people who has lice

Lice can harm you if you are referring to lice transmitting diseases (head lice). If you have an allergic reaction to lice, it can hurt you by giving you a rash on your head. So yes, lice can harm you.

No. Lice are species specific. Cats get cat lice, humans get human lice. Humans cannot catch cat lice, and cats cannot catch human lice.

The collective nouns are:a flock of licea colony of licean infestation of lice

no dogs can not get lice they can only get a different lice which is dog lice not head lice which humans get so basically no dogs can NOT get nits (lice)

Head Lice (pediculus humanus capitis) are not the same as feline lice. Human head lice need a human to feed on. Head lice feed on a human scalp several times a day.

Perhaps. Most likely, though, they will die from being away from their food source (human blood). Head lice can only survive for about 1-2 days away from the scalp before dying. It's believed that they cannot reproduce after a few hours off the head.More facts and answers about head lice @

The first person to have contracted lice is not known. Lice are very contagious. There are lice shampoos sold at most retail stores to kill lice.

They certainly aren't born with lice, they get the lice from their dams if the doe is already infested with lice herself.

If you don't treat head lice, they'll continue to reproduce. Some people have an allergic reaction to the bites (they drink blood as their food source) which can cause the scratching - the tell tale sign of a head lice infestation.If the scratching and itching is bad enough, it can break the skin leading to an infection.An untreated case can also cause the head lice to spread to other people with whom you come in direct contact.Compare FDA approved treatments at

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