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Woodtick or wood tick is the common name for several ticks, including:
The site is not convenient for visitors, thick in summer with mosquitoes, wood ticks and poison ivy.
Tick and the deer- Sanpoil story about the origin of the wood tick.
Young and several other members of the party suffered from a fever, generally accepted as a "mountain fever" induced by wood ticks.
What I think has happened is that a Lyme-disease-like agent has adapted to the wood tick."
The wood tick, also known as the dog tick, is the largest of the state's three main tick species, about a quarter inch in diameter.
Deer ticks are very small and have elongated bodies (the more common wood ticks are larger and round).
Colorado tick fever is an acute viral infection spread by the bite of the Dermacentor andersoni wood tick.
Even President Clinton, who usually favors metaphors about fat wood ticks and lusty country chickens, booted up a computer metaphor in his State of the Union address.
There are two major vectors of R. rickettsii in the United States: the American dog tick and the Rocky Mountain wood tick.
The wood tick is usually found attached to a host, but when it is without a host, it hides in cracks and crevices, as well as soil.
Once feared for its ability to transmit Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever, the wood tick's reputation has been overshadowed by the deer tick, bearer of Lyme disease.
It is disconcerting to discover in the privacy of a rural outhouse that a wood tick has made a cozy home for itself within the wrinkles of the body's last outlet.
The Halloween-eve wedding was costume-optional, and about half of the 150 guests arrived in disguise, populating the forest with characters like Rapunzel, a sunflower, a serpent, Amelia Bedelia and a wood tick.
Rocky Mountain spotted fever is a bacterial infection passed to humans by wood ticks and dog ticks that can lead to life-threatening complications, such as shock and kidney failure, if it is not treated promptly.
But for public consumption, Mr. Clinton acts more worried about his weight - "I'm getting fat as a wood tick" - than the fate of his campaign, even though, as he says with a grim smile, "the money merchants are still combing the back alleys."
While in Montana, Ricketts and his assistant discovered that the vector that carried the pathogen for Rocky Mountain spotted fever is a tick, the Rocky Mountain wood tick (some other species of ticks, such as the American dog tick also are vectors).
The two ticks most commonly associated with North American tick paralysis are the Rocky Mountain wood tick (Dermacentor andersoni) and the American dog tick (Dermacentor variabilis); however, 43 tick species have been implicated in human disease around the world.
Besides the barbs, the wood tick has two sucking tubes which it inserts into the wound, after which it anchors itself with the quills and begins to suck blood out and to pump in ixodin, a liquid substance that dilutes the blood and prevents it from coagulating.
As the snow melts and tiny hard-shelled wood ticks crawl out of the ground and onto bushes and grass where they wait to be swept away by a warm body, state and federal health officials here have begun a study to determine whether Montana is the home of a new type of tick-borne disease similar to Lyme disease.