Animalia > Arthropoda > Arachnida > Ixodida > Ixodidae > Dermacentor > Dermacentor andersoni

Dermacentor andersoni (Rocky Mountain wood tick; Rocky Mountain-spotted fever tick)

Synonyms: Cynorhaestes venustus; Dermacentor andersoni venustus; Dermacentor modestus; Dermacentor venustus
Language: French

Wikipedia Abstract

Dermacentor andersoni, commonly known as the Rocky Mountain wood tick, is a species of tick. It can cause tick paralysis. This tick is well known as a vector of the Rocky Mountain spotted fever rickettsia in the northwestern U.S. and Canada, the Colorado tick fever virus, and the bacteria which causes tularemia (hunter's disease). Diagnostic features:
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Prey / Diet

Homo sapiens (man)[1]




External References



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