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IDEXX allergen panels

Serum allergy testing with a simple blood test is a convenient and accurate method to determine environmental allergens.

Once a patient’s specific environmental allergens have been identified, then immunotherapy can be used to hyposensitize the pet. Currently, immunotherapy is the only available therapy that has the potential to change the long-term course of the disease by reducing symptoms and drug dependency, and immunotherapy should be offered to clients whenever feasible.

Allergen testing options

For most atopic patients, ordering the standard regional allergen panel of environmental allergens is indicated. Additional panels that are less commonly indicated but can either be ordered alone or in combination with the standard regional allergen panel include an Insect Panel, Farm & Stable Panel, Food Panel, and Malassezia Allergen Add-on.

Regional Allergen Panels

The Regional Allergen Panels test for IgE against 36 core environmental allergens common to all regions and 12 additional geographically specific allergens.

Refer to the map below to determine your region, and then click on the region name below the map to access regional allergen test codes and a list of specific allergens included in each regional panel. Patients who live near the border of a region may benefit from the addition of a Secondary Regional Allergen Panel.

Additional allergen panels

3291—Insect Allergen Panel
Includes IgE for common household and biting insects.

3292—Farm & Stable Allergen Panel

Includes IgE for common farm allergens, including cat dander, grain dusts and smuts, molds, and pollens.

3293—Food Allergen Panel

Includes IgE for common pet food components. Immunotherapy is not available for food allergens. A strict hypoallergenic dietary trial is recommended to appropriately diagnose food sensitivity/allergy.

3299Malassezia Allergen Add-on

Available if sensitivity to this yeast is clinically suspected. Immunotherapy is not available for Malassezia.

Recommended timing for serum allergy testing

A specific time for when to test has not been determined since many intrinsic factors can affect allergy testing. However, many dermatologists recommend testing late in the allergy season and/or within 1 month after seasonal allergy symptoms are lessening. The ideal goal is to allergy test the pet after the pet has been exposed to every pollen and dust allergen for that season. For example, in cold weather areas, this means allergy testing should be done in later summer to fall just after pollination cycles are complete. However, these principles are partially theoretical and will vary with climate and the individual pet.
 

Impact of medications on serum allergy testing

Antihistamine and cyclosporine therapies do not interfere with serum allergy testing.

Although serum allergy testing appears to be less influenced by glucocorticoid therapy, in cases where it is medically feasible, it may be ideal for glucocorticoid therapy to be discontinued for at least 4–12 weeks prior to serum allergy testing or reduced to the lowest possible every other day dosing. However, mandatory discontinuation of steroids is not required.

A small study suggests that a short course (2 weeks) of Apoquel likely does not interfere with serum allergy testing. Studies looking at the effects of longer-term use of Apoquel are not yet available. It may be ideal to consider discontinuation of Apoquel for at least 4–12 weeks prior to testing if an animal has been on this medication long-term.

Regional panels

US map with labelled IDEXX regional allergen zones
Map highlighting IDEXX's Maritime Northwest regional allergen zone
Regional Allergen
Panel
Secondary Regional
Allergen Panel
Add-on
Regional with
Insect
Regional with
Food
Regional with
Food and Insect
Regional with
Farm & Stable
Regional with
Food, Insect,
and Farm & Stable
Regional with
Farm & Stable
and Insect
Equine Comprehensive
Regional
Test code 3283 32831 32832 32833 32834 32835 32836 32837 3301
Serum required* 2 mL 1 mL 3 mL 3 mL 4 mL 3 mL 5 mL 4 mL 5 mL
Maritime Northwest environmental allergens
36 Common allergens  
12 Region-specific allergens
Additional allergens
Farm & Stable Panel          
Food Panel            
Insect Panel        

For most atopic patients, ordering the Regional Allergen Panel is indicated. This panel tests for IgE against 36 core environmental allergens common to all regions and 12 additional allergens specific to your region. These 48 allergens include pollens (from weeds, trees, and grasses), molds, and mites (including storage mites often found in pet food). If the patient lives near the border of a region, an Add-on Secondary Regional Allergen Panel from the neighboring region may also be indicated.

Additional panels that are less commonly indicated, but can be ordered in combination with the Regional Allergen Panel, include the Farm & Stable Panel (for common farm allergens, such as alfalfa, oats, etc.), Food Panel, and Insect Panel (for common household and biting insects).

*Submission of a Pet History Form is recommended. Download form here or call Laboratory Customer Support at 1-888-433-9987.

Maritime Northwest environment allergens

(36 common plus 12 region-specific allergens)
Molds

Alternaria
Aspergillus
Cephalosporium
Cladosporium
Curvularia/Drecshlera
Mucor mix
Penicillium
Pullularia/Aureobasidium
Stemphylium

Grasses

Bermuda grass
Johnsongrass
Kentucky bluegrass/June grass
Meadow fescue
Perennial ryegrass
Quack grass
Redtop
Timothy

Insect

Flea

Mites

Dust mite (Dermatophagoides pteronyssinus)
Dust mite (D. farinae)
Storage mite (Acarus siro)
Storage mite (Tyrophagus)

Trees

Alder, red
Ash mix
Cedar, red (juniper)
Cottonwood
Elm
Maple mix
Mulberry, red
Oak mix
Olive
Pine mix
Walnut, black
White pine
Willow, black

Weeds

Cocklebur
Dandelion
Dock/sorrel mix
English plantain
Goldenrod
Kochia/fire bush
Lamb’s-quarter
Nettle
Pigweed mix
Ragweed mix
Russian thistle
Sage mix
Scale mix

Note: Region-specific allergens are noted in bold font.

Map highlighting IDEXX's California regional allergen zone
Regional Allergen
Panel
Secondary Regional
Allergen Panel
Add-on
Regional with
Insect
Regional with
Food
Regional with
Food and Insect
Regional with
Farm & Stable
Regional with
Food, Insect,
and Farm & Stable
Regional with
Farm & Stable
and Insect
Equine Comprehensive
Regional
Test code 3284 32841 32842 32843 32844 32845 32846 32847 3302
Serum required* 2 mL 1 mL 3 mL 3 mL 4 mL 3 mL 5 mL 4 mL 5 mL
California environmental allergens
36 Common allergens  
12 Region-specific allergens
Additional allergens
Farm & Stable Panel          
Food Panel            
Insect Panel        

For most atopic patients, ordering the Regional Allergen Panel is indicated. This panel tests for IgE against 36 core environmental allergens common to all regions and 12 additional allergens specific to your region. These 48 allergens include pollens (from weeds, trees, and grasses), molds, and mites (including storage mites often found in pet food). If the patient lives near the border of a region, an Add-on Secondary Regional Allergen Panel from the neighboring region may also be indicated.

Additional panels that are less commonly indicated, but can be ordered in combination with the Regional Allergen Panel, include the Farm & Stable Panel (for common farm allergens, such as alfalfa, oats, etc.), Food Panel, and Insect Panel (for common household and biting insects).

*Submission of a Pet History Form is recommended. Download form here or call Laboratory Customer Support at 1-888-433-9987.

California environment allergens

(36 common plus 12 region-specific allergens)
Molds

Alternaria
Aspergillus
Cephalosporium
Cladosporium
Curvularia/Drecshlera
Mucor mix
Penicillium
Pullularia/Aureobasidium
Stemphylium

Grasses

Bermuda grass
Johnsongrass
Kentucky bluegrass/June grass
Meadow fescue
Perennial ryegrass
Quack grass
Redtop
Timothy

Insect

Flea

Mites

Dust mite (Dermatophagoides pteronyssinus)
Dust mite (D. farinae)
Storage mite (Acarus siro)
Storage mite (Tyrophagus)

Trees

Acacia
Alder, red
Ash mix
Cedar, red (juniper)
Cottonwood
Eucalyptus
Maple mix
Mulberry, red
Oak mix
Olive
Orange
Palm*
Pine mix
Walnut, black

Weeds

Cocklebur
Dandelion
Dock/sorrel mix
English plantain
Goldenrod
Kochia/fire bush
Lamb’s-quarter
Pigweed mix
Ragweed mix
Russian thistle
Sage mix
Scale mix

Note: Region-specific allergens are noted in bold font.

Map highlighting IDEXX's Interior West regional allergen zone
Regional Allergen
Panel
Secondary Regional
Allergen Panel
Add-on
Regional with
Insect
Regional with
Food
Regional with
Food and Insect
Regional with
Farm & Stable
Regional with
Food, Insect,
and Farm & Stable
Regional with
Farm & Stable
and Insect
Equine Comprehensive
Regional
Test code 3285 32851 32852 32853 32854 32855 32856 32857 3303
Serum required* 2 mL 1 mL 3 mL 3 mL 4 mL 3 mL 5 mL 4 mL 5 mL
Interior West environmental allergens
36 Common allergens  
12 Region-specific allergens
Additional allergens
Farm & Stable Panel          
Food Panel            
Insect Panel        

For most atopic patients, ordering the Regional Allergen Panel is indicated. This panel tests for IgE against 36 core environmental allergens common to all regions and 12 additional allergens specific to your region. These 48 allergens include pollens (from weeds, trees, and grasses), molds, and mites (including storage mites often found in pet food). If the patient lives near the border of a region, an Add-on Secondary Regional Allergen Panel from the neighboring region may also be indicated.

Additional panels that are less commonly indicated, but can be ordered in combination with the Regional Allergen Panel, include the Farm & Stable Panel (for common farm allergens, such as alfalfa, oats, etc.), Food Panel, and Insect Panel (for common household and biting insects).

*Submission of a Pet History Form is recommended. Download form here or call Laboratory Customer Support at 1-888-433-9987.

Interior West environment allergens

(36 common plus 12 region-specific allergens)
Molds

Alternaria
Aspergillus
Cephalosporium
Cladosporium
Curvularia/Drecshlera
Mucor mix
Penicillium
Pullularia/Aureobasidium
Stemphylium

Grasses

Bermuda grass
Johnsongrass
Kentucky bluegrass/June grass
Meadow fescue
Perennial ryegrass
Quack grass
Redtop
Timothy

Insect

Flea

Mites

Dust mite (Dermatophagoides pteronyssinus)
Dust mite (D. farinae)
Storage mite (Acarus siro)
Storage mite (Tyrophagus)

Trees

Alder, red
Ash mix
Cedar, red (juniper)
Cottonwood
Elm
Hackberry

Maple mix
Mesquite
Mulberry, red
Oak mix
Pine mix
Russian olive
Walnut, black

Weeds

Cocklebur
Dandelion
Dock/sorrel mix
English plantain
Goldenrod
Kochia/fire bush
Lamb’s-quarter
Nettle
Pigweed mix
Ragweed mix
Russian thistle
Sage mix
Scale mix

Note: Region-specific allergens are noted in bold font.

Map highlighting IDEXX's Lowland Southwest regional allergen zone
Regional Allergen
Panel
Secondary Regional
Allergen Panel
Add-on
Regional with
Insect
Regional with
Food
Regional with
Food and Insect
Regional with
Farm & Stable
Regional with
Food, Insect,
and Farm & Stable
Regional with
Farm & Stable
and Insect
Equine Comprehensive
Regional
Test code 3286 32861 32862 32863 32864 32865 32866 32867 3304
Serum required* 2 mL 1 mL 3 mL 3 mL 4 mL 3 mL 5 mL 4 mL 5 mL
Lowland Southwest environmental allergens
36 Common allergens  
12 Region-specific allergens
Additional allergens
Farm & Stable Panel          
Food Panel            
Insect Panel        

For most atopic patients, ordering the Regional Allergen Panel is indicated. This panel tests for IgE against 36 core environmental allergens common to all regions and 12 additional allergens specific to your region. These 48 allergens include pollens (from weeds, trees, and grasses), molds, and mites (including storage mites often found in pet food). If the patient lives near the border of a region, an Add-on Secondary Regional Allergen Panel from the neighboring region may also be indicated.

Additional panels that are less commonly indicated, but can be ordered in combination with the Regional Allergen Panel, include the Farm & Stable Panel (for common farm allergens, such as alfalfa, oats, etc.), Food Panel, and Insect Panel (for common household and biting insects).

*Submission of a Pet History Form is recommended. Download form here or call Laboratory Customer Support at 1-888-433-9987.

Lowland Southwest environment allergens

(36 common plus 12 region-specific allergens)
Molds

Alternaria
Aspergillus
Cephalosporium
Cladosporium
Curvularia/Drecshlera
Mucor mix
Penicillium
Pullularia/Aureobasidium
Stemphylium

Grasses

Bermuda grass
Johnsongrass
Kentucky bluegrass/June grass
Meadow fescue
Perennial ryegrass
Quack grass
Redtop
Timothy

Insect

Flea

Mites

Dust mite (Dermatophagoides pteronyssinus)
Dust mite (D. farinae)
Storage mite (Acarus siro)
Storage mite (Tyrophagus)

Trees

Acacia
Arizona cypress

Ash mix
Cedar, red (juniper)
Cottonwood
Maple mix
Mesquite
Mulberry, red
Oak mix
Olive
Palm
Pine mix
Sycamore
Walnut, black

Willow, black

Weeds

Cocklebur
Dandelion
Dock/sorrel mix
English plantain
Goldenrod
Lamb’s-quarter
Pigweed mix
Ragweed mix
Russian thistle
Sage mix
Scale mix

Note: Region-specific allergens are noted in bold font.

Map highlighting IDEXX's Midwest / Prairies regional allergen zone
Regional Allergen
Panel
Secondary Regional
Allergen Panel
Add-on
Regional with
Insect
Regional with
Food
Regional with
Food and Insect
Regional with
Farm & Stable
Regional with
Food, Insect,
and Farm & Stable
Regional with
Farm & Stable
and Insect
Equine Comprehensive
Regional
Test code 3289 32891 32892 32893 32894 32895 32896 32897 3307
Serum required* 2 mL 1 mL 3 mL 3 mL 4 mL 3 mL 5 mL 4 mL 5 mL
Midwest/Prairies environmental allergens
36 Common allergens  
12 Region-specific allergens
Additional allergens
Farm & Stable Panel          
Food Panel            
Insect Panel        

For most atopic patients, ordering the Regional Allergen Panel is indicated. This panel tests for IgE against 36 core environmental allergens common to all regions and 12 additional allergens specific to your region. These 48 allergens include pollens (from weeds, trees, and grasses), molds, and mites (including storage mites often found in pet food). If the patient lives near the border of a region, an Add-on Secondary Regional Allergen Panel from the neighboring region may also be indicated.

Additional panels that are less commonly indicated, but can be ordered in combination with the Regional Allergen Panel, include the Farm & Stable Panel (for common farm allergens, such as alfalfa, oats, etc.), Food Panel, and Insect Panel (for common household and biting insects).

*Submission of a Pet History Form is recommended. Download form here or call Laboratory Customer Support at 1-888-433-9987.

Midwest/Prairies environment allergens

(36 common plus 12 region-specific allergens)
Molds

Alternaria
Aspergillus
Cephalosporium
Cladosporium
Curvularia/Drecshlera
Mucor mix
Penicillium
Pullularia/Aureobasidium
Stemphylium

Grasses

Bermuda grass
Corn pollen
Johnsongrass
Kentucky bluegrass/June grass
Meadow fescue
Orchard grass
Perennial ryegrass
Quack grass
Redtop
Timothy
Wheat pollen

Insect

Flea

Mites

Dust mite (Dermatophagoides pteronyssinus)
Dust mite (D. farinae)
Storage mite (Acarus siro)
Storage mite (Tyrophagus)

Trees

Ash mix
Birch
Cedar, red (juniper)
Cottonwood
Elm
Hackberry

Hickory/pecan
Maple mix
Mulberry, red
Oak mix
Pine mix
Sycamore, eastern
Willow, black

Weeds

Cocklebur
Dandelion
Dock/sorrel mix
English plantain
Goldenrod
Kochia/fire bush
Lamb’s-quarter
Pigweed mix
Ragweed mix
Sage mix

Note: Region-specific allergens are noted in bold font.

Map highlighting IDEXX's Northeast / Great Lakes regional allergen zone
Regional Allergen
Panel
Secondary Regional
Allergen Panel
Add-on
Regional with
Insect
Regional with
Food
Regional with
Food and Insect
Regional with
Farm & Stable
Regional with
Food, Insect,
and Farm & Stable
Regional with
Farm & Stable
and Insect
Equine Comprehensive
Regional
Test code 3288 32881 32882 32883 32884 32885 32886 32887 3306
Serum required* 2 mL 1 mL 3 mL 3 mL 4 mL 3 mL 5 mL 4 mL 5 mL
Northeast/Great Lakes environmental allergens
36 Common allergens  
12 Region-specific allergens
Additional allergens
Farm & Stable Panel          
Food Panel            
Insect Panel        

For most atopic patients, ordering the Regional Allergen Panel is indicated. This panel tests for IgE against 36 core environmental allergens common to all regions and 12 additional allergens specific to your region. These 48 allergens include pollens (from weeds, trees, and grasses), molds, and mites (including storage mites often found in pet food). If the patient lives near the border of a region, an Add-on Secondary Regional Allergen Panel from the neighboring region may also be indicated.

Additional panels that are less commonly indicated, but can be ordered in combination with the Regional Allergen Panel, include the Farm & Stable Panel (for common farm allergens, such as alfalfa, oats, etc.), Food Panel, and Insect Panel (for common household and biting insects).

*Submission of a Pet History Form is recommended. Download form here or call Laboratory Customer Support at 1-888-433-9987.

Northeast/Great Lakes environment allergens

(36 common plus 12 region-specific allergens)
Molds

Alternaria
Aspergillus
Cephalosporium
Cladosporium
Curvularia/Drecshlera
Mucor mix
Penicillium
Pullularia/Aureobasidium
Stemphylium

Grasses

Bermuda grass
Johnsongrass
Kentucky bluegrass/June grass
Meadow fescue
Perennial ryegrass
Quack grass
Redtop
Sweet vernal grass
Timothy

Insect

Flea

Mites

Dust mite (Dermatophagoides pteronyssinus)
Dust mite (D. farinae)
Storage mite (Acarus siro)
Storage mite (Tyrophagus)

Trees

Alder, red
Ash mix
Bayberry/wax myrtle
Beech
Birch

Cedar, red (juniper)
Cottonwood
Elm
Hazelnut
Hickory/pecan

Maple mix
Mulberry, red
Oak mix
Pine mix
Sycamore, eastern
Walnut, black

Willow, black

Weeds

Cocklebur
Dandelion
Dock/sorrel mix
English plantain
Goldenrod
Lamb’s-quarter
Pigweed mix
Ragweed mix

Note: Region-specific allergens are noted in bold font.

Map highlighting IDEXX's South Atlantic / Gulf regional allergen zone
Regional Allergen
Panel
Secondary Regional
Allergen Panel
Add-on
Regional with
Insect
Regional with
Food
Regional with
Food and Insect
Regional with
Farm & Stable
Regional with
Food, Insect,
and Farm & Stable
Regional with
Farm & Stable
and Insect
Equine Comprehensive
Regional
Test code 3290 32901 32902 32903 32904 32905 32906 32907 3308
Serum required* 2 mL 1 mL 3 mL 3 mL 4 mL 3 mL 5 mL 4 mL 5 mL
South Atlantic/Gulf environmental allergens
36 Common allergens  
12 Region-specific allergens
Additional allergens
Farm & Stable Panel          
Food Panel            
Insect Panel        

For most atopic patients, ordering the Regional Allergen Panel is indicated. This panel tests for IgE against 36 core environmental allergens common to all regions and 12 additional allergens specific to your region. These 48 allergens include pollens (from weeds, trees, and grasses), molds, and mites (including storage mites often found in pet food). If the patient lives near the border of a region, an Add-on Secondary Regional Allergen Panel from the neighboring region may also be indicated.

Additional panels that are less commonly indicated, but can be ordered in combination with the Regional Allergen Panel, include the Farm & Stable Panel (for common farm allergens, such as alfalfa, oats, etc.), Food Panel, and Insect Panel (for common household and biting insects).

*Submission of a Pet History Form is recommended. Download form here or call Laboratory Customer Support at 1-888-433-9987.

South Atlantic/Gulf environment allergens

(36 common plus 12 region-specific allergens)
Molds

Alternaria
Aspergillus
Cephalosporium
Cladosporium
Curvularia/Drecshlera
Mucor mix
Penicillium
Pullularia/Aureobasidium
Stemphylium

Grasses

Bahia grass
Bermuda grass
Johnsongrass
Kentucky bluegrass/June grass
Meadow fescue
Perennial ryegrass
Quack grass
Redtop
Timothy

Insect

Flea

Mites

Dust mite (Dermatophagoides pteronyssinus)
Dust mite (D. farinae)
Storage mite (Acarus siro)
Storage mite (Tyrophagus)

Trees

Ash mix
Bald cypress
Bayberry/wax myrtle

Cedar, red (juniper)
Elm
Hickory/pecan
Maple mix
Mulberry, red
Oak mix
Palm
Pine mix
Sweet gum
Sycamore, eastern
Walnut, black

Willow, black

Weeds

Cocklebur
Dandelion
Dock/sorrel mix
Dog fennel
English plantain
Goldenrod
Lamb’s-quarter
Pigweed mix
Ragweed mix
Sage mix

Note: Region-specific allergens are noted in bold font.

Map highlighting IDEXX's Tropical regional allergen zone
Regional Allergen
Panel
Secondary Regional
Allergen Panel
Add-on
Regional with
Insect
Regional with
Food
Regional with
Food and Insect
Regional with
Farm & Stable
Regional with
Food, Insect,
and Farm & Stable
Regional with
Farm & Stable
and Insect
Equine Comprehensive
Regional
Test code 3287 32871 32872 32873 32874 32875 32876 32877 3305
Serum required* 2 mL 1 mL 3 mL 3 mL 4 mL 3 mL 5 mL 4 mL 5 mL
Tropical environmental allergens
36 Common allergens  
12 Region-specific allergens
Additional allergens
Farm & Stable Panel          
Food Panel            
Insect Panel        

For most atopic patients, ordering the Regional Allergen Panel is indicated. This panel tests for IgE against 36 core environmental allergens common to all regions and 12 additional allergens specific to your region. These 48 allergens include pollens (from weeds, trees, and grasses), molds, and mites (including storage mites often found in pet food). If the patient lives near the border of a region, an Add-on Secondary Regional Allergen Panel from the neighboring region may also be indicated.

Additional panels that are less commonly indicated, but can be ordered in combination with the Regional Allergen Panel, include the Farm & Stable Panel (for common farm allergens, such as alfalfa, oats, etc.), Food Panel, and Insect Panel (for common household and biting insects).

*Submission of a Pet History Form is recommended. Download form here or call Laboratory Customer Support at 1-888-433-9987.

Tropical environment allergens

(36 common plus 12 region-specific allergens)
Molds

Alternaria
Aspergillus
Cephalosporium
Cladosporium
Curvularia/Drecshlera
Mucor mix
Penicillium
Pullularia/Aureobasidium
Stemphylium

Grasses

Bahia grass
Bermuda grass
Johnsongrass
Kentucky bluegrass/June grass
Meadow fescue
Perennial ryegrass
Quack grass
Redtop
Timothy

Insect

Flea

Mites

Blomia tropicalis
Dust mite (Dermatophagoides pteronyssinus)
Dust mite (D. farinae)
Storage mite (Acarus siro)
Storage mite (Tyrophagus)

Trees

Acacia
Ash mix
Australian pine
Bald cypress
Bayberry/wax myrtle

Cedar, red (juniper)
Mango
Maple mix
Melaleua
Mulberry, red
Oak mix
Orange
Palm
Peppertree
Pine mix

Weeds

Cocklebur
Dandelion
Dock/sorrel mix
Dog fennel
English plantain
Goldenrod
Lamb’s-quarter
Pigweed mix
Ragweed mix

Note: Region-specific allergens are noted in bold font.

Additional allergens

Farm & Stable Panel

Animal
  • Cat dander
Grains
  • Grain dusts
  • Grain smuts
Molds
  • Candida albicans
  • Rhodotorula mucilaginosa
Pollens
  • Alfalfa
  • Bromegrass
  • Corn
  • Cultivated oats
  • Cultivated rye
  • Orchard grass
  • Red clover

Food Panel

  • Barley
  • Beef
  • Beet pulp
  • Brewer’s yeast
  • Chicken
  • Corn
  • Duck
  • Eggs (chicken)
  • Ground flaxseed
  • Kangaroo
  • Lamb
  • Liver (beef)
  • Milk (cow)
  • Oats
  • Pinto beans
  • Pork
  • Potato (white)
  • Rabbit
  • Rice
  • Soybean
  • Turkey
  • Venison
  • Wheat
  • Whitefish (cod, flounder, halibut, mackerel, tuna)

Insect Panel

  • American cockroach
  • Black ant
  • Caddisfly
  • Culicoides
  • Deerfly
  • Fire ant
  • German cockroach
  • Horsefly
  • Housefly
  • Lepidoglyphus destructor (storage mite)
  • Mayfly
  • Mosquito

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