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Blacklegged tick (deer tick) life stages next to a metric ruler. The adult ticks (two ticks at the left) are approximately 1/8 of an inch long, while the nymph (third from left) is just under 1/16 of an inch.
Announcing the winners of the Minnesota Department of Health Tickborne Diseases Prevention Poster Contest
High Risk Areas in Minnesota
A map that shows counties of highest Tickborne risk in Minnesota.
Preventing Tickborne Disease
Information about minimizing your risk of tickborne diseases, protecting your pets, and a video on tick removal.
Tickborne Prevention Poster: Spray Before You Work or Play
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Updated Wednesday, 29-Mar-2017 12:56:02 CDT