Ixodes


Ixodes

Ixodes [ĭk-sō′dēz′] n.

  1. A genus of hard-bodied ticks, many species of which are parasitic on humans and animals.

Examples from the Web for ixodes Historical Examples of ixodes

  • The young on leaving the egg have six legs, as we have seen in the case of the Ixodes.

    Our Common Insects

    Alpheus Spring Packard

  • The Argas reflexus lives on pigeons, and is allied to the Ixodes.

    Animal Parasites and Messmates

    P. J. Van Beneden

  • The name by which science knows this unlovely bug is Ixodes leech.

    On the Trail

    Lina Beard and Adelia Belle Beard

  • One adult specimen of Ixodes sculptus Neumann was clinging to the head of a vole, just in front of its eye.

    Natural History of the Prairie Vole (Mammalian Genus Microtus)

    E. W. Jameson

  • State the character of the cutaneous disturbance produced by the ixodes.

    Essentials of Diseases of the Skin

    Henry Weightman Stelwagon

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