American Dog Tick
The feeding process of a female American Dog Tick can last up to 14 days until they drop off in order to digest the blood meal and develop an egg clutch. When she is ready to lay her eggs she can lay anywhere from 4,000-6,500 eggs in tall grass or leaf litter in order to keep the eggs safe. After about 26 days those eggs will hatch into Larvae and begin their cycle of growing into a Nymph and then Adult stages.
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