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The Ixodid comprise the ticks which attach themselves to cattle, hogs, and man, and are not at all uncommon objects.Directions for Collecting and Preserving Insects|C. V. Riley
Theiler has determined that it is transmitted by an Ixodid tick, Margaropus decoloratus.
As mere parasites of man, apart from their power to transmit disease, the Ixodid are much less important than the Argasid.
Probably several other species of Ixodid, known to infest other animals, behave in the same way.
Numerous species of tick (Ixodid) have been more or less fully described.