Ixodes Ix·o·des (ĭk-sō'dēz')
A genus of hard-bodied ticks, many species of which are parasitic on humans and animals.
State the character of the cutaneous disturbance produced by the ixodes.
The Argas reflexus lives on pigeons, and is allied to the ixodes.
The young on leaving the egg have six legs, as we have seen in the case of the ixodes.
The name by which science knows this unlovely bug is ixodes leech.
A tick of the ixodes ochotonae-angustus complex was obtained from one specimen.
Mr. Lucas caught an ixodes on a dog, and kept it alive long enough distinctly to see it lay eggs which proceeded from an oviduct.
One adult specimen of ixodes sculptus Neumann was clinging to the head of a vole, just in front of its eye.
This disease is supposed to be due to cattle ticks (ixodes Bovis), and has since carried disaster into many herds in Queensland.
In Europe, ixodes ricinus is very abundant and very commonly attacks man.