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  1. ... eruption Patient information: Lice (The Basics) Pediculosis capitis Pediculosis corporis Pediculosis pubis and pediculosis ciliaris Related Searches Patient ...
  2. Joint Statement on Bed Bug Control in the United States from the CDC and the EPA (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention) (Environmental Protection Agency)  
    ... head lice ( Pediculus humanus capitis ). Bed bugs, like head lice, feed on the blood of humans but are not believed to transmit disease. Other ectoparasites, such as body lice ( Pediculus humanus corporis ), are known to transmit several serious diseases. Differences ...
  3. Body lice are tiny insects ( Pediculus humanus corporis ) that are spread through close contact with other people. Two other types of lice are: Head lice Pubic lice
  4. Parasites - Lice (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention)  
    ... are: Pediculus humanus capitis (head louse), Pediculus humanus corporis (body louse, clothes louse), and Pthirus pubis ("crab" louse, pubic louse). Only the body louse is known to spread disease. Lice infestations (pediculosis and pthiriasis) are spread most commonly by ...