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Figure 2

From: The effectiveness of permethrin-treated deer stations for control of the Lyme disease vector Ixodes scapularis on Cape Cod and the islands: a five-year experiment

Figure 2

Diagram of sampling schedule (filled rectangles) superimposed on expected abundances of active ticks, Ixodes scapularis ), which breeds only at the end of its two-year life cycle. Two overlapping populations are present at any given time and are represented here as different shades. N, L, and A denote periods of nymph, larval, and adult activity. Relative abundances are based on Figure eight in Ostfeld [2].

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