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These are adult Deer Ticks, Ixodes scapularis , the common carriers of Lyme Disease

in the Northeastern United States. The one to the left is a male.

The one to the right is a female.

The juvenile (young) ticks are smaller and less colorful.

Once they have been on your dog for a time, they swell up with blood

and look quite different - like this