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Ticks and Mites

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Mites and ticks are a group of invertebrates related to spiders that are ectoparasites, and live on or burrow into their hosts' skin. They can cause blood loss, skin irritation, allergies, and disease.
Anti parasitic medication, like "Frontline" and "K-9 Advantics"  keep ticks off of dogs. But cutting down long grasses and trimming  bushes and tree limbs keeps ticks from climbing onto the tips and  getting on your dog when it brushes by.
Probably the head of the tick if you didn't remove it correctly.  Dump some mineral oil on the tick, [enough to completely cover it]  and then gently twist tick counter clockwise while gently tugging  tick out. Do not try to sqeeze it out. It will eventually be  dislodged by the body's own...
According to the CDC's profile on Lyme disease, the bacteria that  commonly causes the disease is known as Borrelia  burgdorferi. Upon searching elsewhere for more specific  information about the bacterium, I found an excerpt from an article  published in 2012 in the journal Nature Reviews ...
It is not normal for them to live through cold weather, but on some counts they do.
See a doctor as soon as you can.
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All dogs can get ticks & flea's. You wanna make sure you  protect the dog by applying flea & Tick ointment or getting a  flea & tick collar.
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Hamsters like all mammals, get fleas and ticks when placed outside or in dirty conditions.
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  == Answer ==   Not sure if this is "natural" but I prefer to use Avon's product "Skin So Soft".  It feels a little "oily" but it feels natural and it repels ticks and mosquitoes.  It is also great for de-greasing and cleaning car-gunk off of your hands.  And it leaves...
Yes..if you look for them, but only a certain species.
Ticks transmit diseases like Lyme disease, bartonella, rocky mountain spotted fever .....there are more, I just can't think of them right now.
I'm not sure but I got rid of the in my kitten by frequent washing (3x a day), daily changing of its bedding, and brushing/combing fur after each wash. They were completely gone in about 4 days, changing the bedding is SUPER important because they will fall off into the bedding between washings.
Bacteria & amoebas are both smaller than dust mites.There are also atoms which everything you see & touch, even yourself are made up from.
How to remove ticks: Being careful not to squash the tick, grasp it by the head with fine-tipped curved forceps and slowly pull straight out.    How not to remove ticks:Don't remove the tick with your fingers. In many areas of the country the tick is likely to be carrying Lyme disease or...
Family: Cercopithecidae Subfamily: Cercopithecinae Genus: Macaca Species: Mulatta
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  == Treat a Mite Bite ==   Most mites are not terribly interested in biting humans and would much prefer to snack on a dead bird or a juicy plant. If, however, some pesky mites do get into your house, getting rid of the little pests might be difficult, but treating their tiny bites is fairly...
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Paratism, in which the dog would be the host and the tick would be the parasite, because it depends on the dogs blood.
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  the are mites that feed on plants using a sucking mouth part causing a drop in quality of that plant and potentially killing it. They are a big problem for commercial crop growers and ornamental flower growers.
no, only ticks and fleas suck your blood you idiot
Yes it is classified in Kingdom Animalia Phylum Arthropoda, and the scientific definition of a animal (Animalia) is a multicellular organism that can move and reproduce with another of it's species.
You can be allergic to almost all substances. In this case you are allergi to the feces of the dust mite.
  I hope not   I hope not
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They suck your blood, and can also give you Lyme Disease.
=== ANSWER: ===   Ticks have an air hole called spiracles on the back side of its body close to its hind legs. This allows it to breathe when its mouth is submerged into the skin. Actually, the skin swells to expand the head.
Yes, they do, I had one today. I could only tell because, when I moved the skin just right, I could see something black in the ultra tiny hole. The area around the hole also looked dark (maybe the tick or blood) and was sore. A tick will go in only as far as its mouth-parts are long. That is, it...
  You defidently don't want to eat ticks. Ticks make you sick by putting blood of a sick animal in your blood stream. If you eat one, you are at a risk of getting sick from the bloog stored in their bodies.
Answer . They could be either clover mites or spider mites.
Lyme disease is caused by a group of bacteria called Borrelia burgdorferi sensu lato. These bacteria (at least some of them) can infect deers and can also cause a persistent infection in them. But these infections are 'subclinical' so usually there aren't any symptoms in deers.
NO, it does not.
A deer tick sucks blood from the deers back.
I have found lil bugs or mites i'm not sure wont they are,,, I found them in my cereal cupboard which there was dry foods such as salt spices sugar teabags ect, once noticing them I look in all the packs to find 100's and I thrown everything away a cleaned the cupboard throughout,,, as I went to...
does steam kill spider mites
A insect has three body sections. The thorax, abdomen, and head. A tick has 2 body sections a abdomen and head.
probably though I'm not sure wait yeh they did
Your vet can give you a medication to swab in the cat's ears. It requires daily treatments for a week or two, but will clear up the mites. (Your cat will probably not be happy about the treatments, but it is for its own good) :)
Two human beings are not in parasitism, but more likely in mutualism.
a constant regiment of flea and tick medication, which can be purchased at your local grocery
I'm guessing your dog has ticks. One thing you can try is dabbing nail polish onto the tick. They can't stand the smell and go away.
Well,you just let it fall of by itself.If you scratch it or force it to come off by peeling it,it may cause infection or scars
Lyme disease is caused by a group of spirochete bacteria called Borrelia burgdorferi sensu lato. Ticks can get infected by these pathogens while sucking blood on an infected vertebrate. As ticks (well, not all ticks, but the ones that carry Lyme disease) feed at every stage of their lives on a...
They go through incomplete metamorphosis.
Flea infestations can lead to skin problems.
  Birds and chickens eat ticks.
No, they are smaller. They can grow roughly to the size of a coffee bean
if you rub up against something it may have a tick and if your shirt comes up then you can get that tick
it may leave a leg in and your skin wants to get it out so it forms a rash on your skin to push it out the best way to treat that is to put on neosporien
No it doesn't.
Don't know the exact species but it is an eriophyoid. Approximately 80 microns (less than a tenth of a millimeter) in length.
No ticks do not make noise. Ticks are quiet insects who live on  mammals and drink their blood to survive.
by biting into the skin were the blood flows, (it knows were the veign is as it is warmer than skin with no veign
If you are referring to ticks the ectoparasites, there are 800-900 species of ticks know on this planet.
  Deer ticks live on grass, trees, and bushes. So it's really easy to get them. When you brush against grass, trees, and bushes you might get a deer tick which can give you lyme disease. A safe way to get them them off is with tweezers and rub acholl on it after getting them off. There female...
  == Ticks in trees ==   It's simple. They crawl up the trees.
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  they can disperse in wind current, often using webbing as a way of catching the wind. I don't know of any with wings though if that's what you mean.
  Frontline & Advantix are 2 totally different products. Neither of them should be used on humans.
  == Flea and tick treatment ==   When appling any topical tick or flea prevention follow your vet's or the package instructions. Make sure you part the the hair and apply to the exposed skin. Some will get on the fur, this is okay.
It is not recommended. The tick has enough air to finish it's feeding and back out on it's own. Also, it may irritate the tick and cause it to vomit into the wound and increase the chance of infection.
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If by "ticks" you actually mean "back ticks", ie. the ` character, then they are the same as using the shell_exec() function. For example: $foo = `ls`; Would assign the output of the ls command to the variable $foo. If on the other hand you're referring to the single quote, or apostrophe, then it...
Backticks in PHP are simply shorthand for calling shell_exec on their contents, as in most Unix shells. See the related link.
yes there are mostly in the woods
The symbiosis between the tick and the deer is parasitism. The ticks bite could cause infection or it could even cause amnesia if enough blood is taken by multiple ticks.
i think they hide in the grass then just jump on u a bit like fleas and knits