Tick

Forkland Islands Dependencies 1982Tanzania 1994Forkland Islands Dependencies 1982
Laelapid Mite
Gamasellus racovitzai
(Ologamasidae)
Velvet Mite
Trombidium sp.
(Trombiculidae)
Alaskan Mite
Alaskoretes antarcticus
(Ixodidae)
Mozambique 1980Mozambique 1980
Animals Tick
Dermacentor circumguttatus
(Ixodidae)
Rhinoceros Tick
Dermacentor rhinocerinus
(Ixodidae)
Mozambique 1980Mozambique 1980Mozambique 1980
Green Bont Tick
Amblyomma hebraeum
(Ixodidae)
Red Ixodid Tick
Amblyomma pomposum
(Ixodidae)
Yellow Ixodid Tick
Amblyomma theilerae
(Ixodidae)


Most ticks are minute animals and it has most things of 0.3-0.8mm grade. Unlike an insect, there are eight legs and there are an antenna and no shuttlecock. Almost all kinds are blind, instead much hair has grown in the body or the leg and a tactile sense stimulus can be felt.
As for the Acarina, at least 10,000 or more sorts of kinds are known out of the world.
Many hard ticks and star ticks transmit an epidemic, and they are serious harmful insects of a domestic animal such as a cow, sheep, horse and cage bird. there are insects transmitting the viral disease that Home sapiens is infected with.

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