Re: [Histonet] Any Entomologist out there?

From:"Connie McManus"

HI, Patricia

With 6 legs, it's not a tick.  Ticks are arachnids (the spider group) and have eight
legs.  I didn't go to the server where your pics are, but if you go to this website 
http://www.ent.iastate.edu/imagegal/ticks/ you can find a wealth of info about all the
ticks you would ever encounter.

If I were you, I would take your pictures to the entomology dept of the nearest
university.  Usually there is someone there who will ID them for free. Extension
entomologists are also a good place to look.




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Yolanda Maldonado said:
> Dear Histonet members:
> I've found a couple of ticks at my apartment and I am a bit worried.
> Any entomologist out there can recognize it? I have posted a couple of photos on the
> server (named tick 1 and tick 2) I observed it under the microscope and I can tell you
> it has 6 legs, 2 antennae and some sort of fangs (dots on pic1), and it doesn't like the
> light!!
> Thanks!
> Patricia Maldonado HT (ASCP)
>
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