Showing 9 types of TICKS
This is a native tick in North America. It is most abundant in the eastern half of the country but also found in the Pacific Northwest, south into California, and in eastern Canada.
Apparently this tick is native to North America, and it occurs most often in states with warm climates. It also occurs into Latin America in the tropical and subtropical areas.
There are two major species of Ixodes ticks in the United States, I. pacificus in the western U.S. and I. scapularis in the eastern U.S. These ticks are native to North America.
Several species of “soft” ticks are native to the United States, but may occur in other parts of the world as well.
This tick is a native in eastern North America and is found from Texas north to Iowa and east along the Atlantic coast as far north as Maine.
This is a native tick found in the western U.S. and south in Mexico and even South America.
These ticks are native in North America.
This tick is a native species in western North America.
These ticks are native to North America.