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Figure 2

From: Comparison of phenology and pathogen prevalence, including infection with the Ehrlichia muris-like (EML) agent, of Ixodes scapularis removed from soldiers in the midwestern and the northeastern United States over a 15 year period (1997-2012)

Figure 2

Abundance of adult and nymphal Ixodes scapularis removed from humans during June. (A) Camp Ripley, MN, adults: 56.2% (255/454 total ticks), nymphs: 43.8% (199/454 total ticks). (B) Ft. McCoy, WI, adults: 17.2% (62/361 total ticks), nymphs: 82.8% (299/361 total ticks). (C) Ft. Indiantown Gap, PA, adults: 5.9% (9/153 total ticks), nymphs, 94.1% (144/153 total ticks).

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