STARI Vs. Lyme: Understanding The Diseases In Tick Territory - 27 East

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STARI Vs. Lyme: Understanding The Diseases In Tick Territory

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Learn the six basic steps of tick removal, including paying attention to your health after a bite. Call your health care provider immediately if you develop a rash, or have flu-like symptoms.

Learn the six basic steps of tick removal, including paying attention to your health after a bite. Call your health care provider immediately if you develop a rash, or have flu-like symptoms.

Brian Kelly, owner of East End Tick & Mosquito Control.

Brian Kelly, owner of East End Tick & Mosquito Control.

If they are large enough for the naked eye to see, adult blacklegged ticks and lone star ticks have distinctive features. The adult female lone star tick is one of the most recognizable, with the trademark white dot on their backs, while adult blacklegged ticks have reddish-brown bodies and a black shield on their backs.

If they are large enough for the naked eye to see, adult blacklegged ticks and lone star ticks have distinctive features. The adult female lone star tick is one of the most recognizable, with the trademark white dot on their backs, while adult blacklegged ticks have reddish-brown bodies and a black shield on their backs.

If they are large enough for the naked eye to see, adult blacklegged ticks and lone star ticks have distinctive features. The adult female lone star tick is one of the most recognizable, with the trademark white dot on their backs, while adult blacklegged ticks have reddish-brown bodies and a black shield on their backs.

If they are large enough for the naked eye to see, adult blacklegged ticks and lone star ticks have distinctive features. The adult female lone star tick is one of the most recognizable, with the trademark white dot on their backs, while adult blacklegged ticks have reddish-brown bodies and a black shield on their backs.

authorMichelle Trauring on Sep 6, 2022
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