Deer tick adult and nmph comparison

These tick photos may help you to identify the different species of ticks and what they look like at various life stages. Some tick photos include objects to help you compare their size to the actual size of the ticks. Often, one tickbite can transmit several different diseases. The ticks most often talked about are the Ixodes scapularis, commonly known as the deer tick or blacklegged tick, and its western cousin, Ixodes pacificus, the western blacklegged tick. Both of these ticks transmit Lyme disease. Latin Name Common Name : Diseases they can transmit.
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Field Guide to Ticks

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Deer tick identification

In Minnesota, there are about a dozen different types of ticks. Not all of them spread disease. Three types that people may come across in Minnesota are the blacklegged tick aka deer tick , the American dog tick aka wood tick , and the lone star tick. The blacklegged tick causes by far the most tickborne disease in Minnesota.
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Dog Tick Vs. Deer Tick: What’s the Difference?

The purpose of this article is to provide some basic information about ticks, as well as key details about the various species that you are most likely to encounter in different regions of the United States. If you suspect that you or a loved one has been bitten by a tick of any kind, try to keep it as intact as possible so you can have it tested. Place it in a secure container so it can be evaluated by your healthcare provider, veterinarian, or local vector control for identification.
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The life cycle of a deer tick lasts about two years and begins in the early spring when an adult female engorged full with blood lays fertilized eggs. Deer tick eggs hatch into larvae in the late summer months, during which time they take one blood meal from a small mammal or bird. At this point, larval deer ticks are at risk for contracting diseases such as Lyme if they feed on an infected animal. Engorged larvae will become dormant over the fall, using the blood for energy to molt into their next life stage.
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