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Hypostome of Deer Tick (Ixodes dammini) 100X : Stock Photo
Hypostome of Deer Tick (Ixodes dammini) Nymph--Vector of Lyme Disease, 100X. The 'head' of a tick contains a formidable piercing organ (Hypostome) with recurved teeth. This is the reason why a tick can't be easily removed from the skin of hosts. The nymph stage of the deer tick is the most likely stage to infect humans with Lyme Disease.

Hypostome of Deer Tick (Ixodes dammini) 100X

Credit: Ed Reschke
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Hypostome of Deer Tick (Ixodes dammini) Nymph--Vector of Lyme Disease, 100X. The 'head' of a tick contains a formidable piercing organ (Hypostome) with recurved teeth. This is the reason why a tick can't be easily removed from the skin of hosts. The nymph stage of the deer tick is the most likely stage to infect humans with Lyme Disease.
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