FIELD GUIDE AMERICAN DOG TICK

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    common name comes from the fact that
    it is only found in North America and that domestic dogs are the favorite host of the adults
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    vectors _ and tularemia,
    and also causes tick paralysis
    Rocky Mountain spotted fever
  3. AMERICAN DOG TICK - FIELD GUIDE
    vectors Rocky Mountain spotted fever and _
    and also causes tick paralysis
    tularemia,
  4. AMERICAN DOG TICK - FIELD GUIDE
    vectors Rocky Mountain spotted fever and tularemia,
    and also causes tick _
    paralysis
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    _ female drops off the host and
    seeks a sheltered place to lay her eggs.
    engorged
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    engorged female _ _ the host and
    seeks a sheltered place to lay her eggs.
    drops off
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    engorged female drops off the host and
    seeks a _ place to lay her eggs.
    sheltered
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    engorged female drops off the host and
    seeks a sheltered place to _
    lay her eggs
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    _ larvae actively crawl about seeking a host
    unfed
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    Adults crawl up on _ and wait for a host to pass
    grass or other low vegetation
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    mating occurs on _
    the host
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    _ and _ can overwinter
    larvae and nymphs
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    RMSF... tick attachment for NUMBER hours or more is required for transmission.
    2 hours
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    _ dogs is an important way that Rocky Mountain spotted fever is spread
    deticking
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    Deticking dogs is an important way that Rocky Mountain spotted fever is _
    spread
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    _ is dangerous because infected tick secretions on the
    hands can be transmitted via contact with eyes, mucous membranes, etc.;
    use forceps for removal.
    Handpicking
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    Handpicking is dangerous because infected tick secretions on the
    hands can be transmitted via contact with eyes, mucous membranes, etc.;
    use _ for removal.
    forceps
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    does not survive well _
    indoors
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    If found indoors, it was probably carried in _ _ _ and
    dropped off when fully engorged to seek a
    suitable place for egg laying
    on a dog
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    If found indoors, it was probably carried in on a dog and
    dropped off when _ _ to seek a
    suitable place for egg laying
    fully engorged
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    If found indoors, it was probably carried in on a dog and
    dropped off when fully engorged to seek a
    suitable place for _ _
    egg laying
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    a NUMBER-host tick, with each stage requiring a different host
    3 host tick
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    a 3-host tick, with each _ requiring a different host
    stage
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    a 3-host tick, with each stage requiring a different _
    host
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    _ and _ actively crawl about seeking a
    small mammalian host, primarily rodents
    larvae and nymphs
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    larvae and nymphs actively crawl about seeking a
    small mammalian host, primarily _
    rodents
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    Only _ are known from the wood rat (Neotoma), sheep, cattle, and dog.
    nymphs
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    Only nymphs are known from the wood rat (Neotoma), sheep, cattle, and _
    dog
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    Because of this kind of host seeking activity,
    neither larvae nor nymphs are picked up on _ _
    tick drags
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    Personal protection. Keep _ _ tucked into socks or boots, shirts tucked in, and clothes buttoned
    trouser legs
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    Personal protection. Keep trouser legs tucked into socks or boots, _ tucked in, and clothes buttoned
    shirts
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    If a tick is found attached, remove it with a
    _ _ _ that will not break off the
    mouthparts and leave them in the skin
    slow steady pull
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    If a tick is found attached, remove it with a
    slow steady pull that will not break off the
    _ and leave them in the skin
    mouthparts
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    tick removal... It is best to use _ whose tips
    are placed on or just behind the mouthparts
    forceps
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    tick removal... It is best to use forceps whose tips
    are placed on or just behind the _
    mouthparts
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    tick removal... If fingers are used, place fingernails of _ and
    index finger on or just behind mouthparts but be sure to
    wash thoroughly with soap and water afterwards
    thumb
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    tick removal... If fingers are used, place fingernails of thumb and
    _ finger on or just behind mouthparts but be sure to
    wash thoroughly with soap and water afterwards
    index
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    tick removal... If fingers are used, place fingernails of thumb and
    index finger on or just _ mouthparts but be sure to
    wash thoroughly with soap and water afterwards
    behind
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    tick removal... after removal, Be sure to _ the attachment area
    clean
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    CONTROL
    Keep the grass cut to INCHES or less
    3 inches or less
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    CONTROL
    Trim back _ along trails, paths, and yard edges
    vegetation
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    CONTROL
    Remove debris and ground cover to discourage _
    rodents
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    CONTROL
    The reduction or elimination of _ in the area immediately surrounding the house is helpful
    rodents
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    CONTROL
    The _ pesticide application should be in the
    early spring to reduce the larvae and nymphs which overwintered.
    1st
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    CONTROL
    The 1st pesticide application should be in the
    early _ to reduce the larvae and nymphs which overwintered.
    spring
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    CONTROL
    The 1st pesticide application should be in the
    early spring to reduce the larvae and nymphs which _
    overwintered
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FIELD GUIDE AMERICAN DOG TICK
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FIELD GUIDE AMERICAN DOG TICK
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