Ixodes pacificus

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Synonyms for Ixodes pacificus

a tick that feeds on dusky-footed wood rat and bites humans

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County-scale distribution of Ixodes scapularis & Ixodes pacificus (acari: Ixodidae) in the continental United States.
Sixteen out of 20 wild grey partridges were infested with two species of lice (Brueelia coquimbana and Coculogaster heterographus), two species of mites (Dermanyssus gallinae and Ornithonyssus sylviarum) and three species of ticks (Haemaphysalis leporispalustris, Ixodes pacificus and Amblyomma maculatum).
Prevalence and abundance of Ixodes pacificus immatures (Acari: ixodidae) infesting western fence lizards (Sceloporus occidentalis) in northern California: temporal trends and environmental correlates.
Large scale spatial risk and comparative prevalence of Borrelia miyamotoi and Borrelia burgdorferi sensu lato in Ixodes pacificus.
To the Editor: In northwestern California, USA, the western blacklegged tick, Ixodes pacificus, is a known vector of Borrelia burgdorferi, the spirochete that causes Lyme disease.
In addition to Dermacentor species ixodid ticks, other much less common vectors of TP in the US have included Amblyomma americanum (the Lone Star tick), Amblyomma maculatum (the Gulf Coast tick), Ixodes scapularis (the Eastern black-legged or wood tick), and Ixodes pacificus (the Western black-legged or wood tick).
Interestingly, the probability surface displays low suitability on the West Coast, where Ixodes pacificus, the vector of Lyme disease in the western United States, is situated.
In the northeastern and upper north-central regions of the United States, the principal tick vector is Ixodes scapularis (black-legged tick), and in Pacific coast states, the principal vector is ixodes pacificus (western black-legged tick).
in questing adult Ixodes pacificus ticks in California.
Occurrence of Ixodes pacificus (Parasitiformes: Ixodidae) in Arizona.
Differences in the transmissibility of two Anaplasma phagocytophilum strains by the North American tick vector species, Ixodes pacificus and Ixodes scapularis (Acari: Ixodidae).
phagocytophilum through exposure in the field, successful inoculation with strain MRK, and transmission through Ixodes pacificus to mice.
First, exposure to Ixodes pacificus nymphs, which serve as primary vectors of B.
Another proposed vector is Ixodes pacificus (22), but this tick does not occur in North Carolina or New Zealand.
Ixodes pacificus (Acari: Ixodidae) as a vector of Ehrlichia equi (Rickettsiales: Ehrlichieae).