Blacklegged Ticks Behaviors
Adult Blacklegged Ticks typically feed on the blood of large mammals, such as deer, while nymphs and larvae feed on the blood of small mammals, such as mice. When a tick feeds, it inserts its mouthparts into the skin and begins to suck blood, which can take several days. During this time, it is possible for the tick to transmit disease-causing pathogens to its host.
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