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Comparison of Ticks - Lonestar, Blacklegged, American Dog

Comparison of Adult Tick Females:
Lonestar, Blacklegged, American Dog

American Dog Tick Female

American Dog Tick Adult Female

American Dog Tick Laying Eggs

American Dog Tick
Adult Female Laying Eggs

American Dog Tick Male

American Dog Tick Adult Male

Engorged American Dog Tick Nymphs

Engorged American Dog Tick Nymphs

Lonestar Tick Adult Female

Lonestar Tick Adult Female

Lonestar Tick Life Stages

Lonestar Tick Life Stages

Lonestar Tick Adult Females

Lonestar Tick Adult Females
(Engorged at Right)

Lonestar Tick Mouthparts

Lonestar Tick Mouthparts

Blacklegged Deer Tick

Blacklegged (Deer) Tick

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