Microscopic image of a Tick - Stock image

Animal, Animal Leg, Arthropod, Insect, Acari

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Stock photo ID:182187838
Upload date:September 26, 2013


'Dark-field microscopic image of a tick on white background. The original size of the tick is approx 3mm. Ticks are known to transmit diseases such as Lyme Disease, Tick-borne Encephalitis and Borreliosis. They bite through the skin and feed on the blood of the host. Diseases can be transmitted this way. Ticks possess 8 legs and are therefore not insects. They are related to the spiders.'
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