seed tick


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seed tick

n.
The six-legged larva of a tick.
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Difference may be due to the ticks hide himself in ground and laying eggs in Kacha housing system, after hatching seed ticks start to suck blood from host animal.
Keep in mind that nymphs, also called seed ticks, are the size of poppy seeds and difficult to see but can still transmit Lyme and other tick diseases.
Q: started bowhunting last year, but the bugs and seed ticks tear me up.