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  • All fields: andersoni
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    • Ticks that transmit spotted fever to man

    • 1947-04
    • Ticks; Rocky Mountain Laboratory (Ravalli County, Mont.); Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever
    • A plate showing three ticks that transmit spotted fever to man-- Dermacentor andersoni, Dermacentor variabilis and Dermacentor americanum. Picture shows males on left, females on right
    • Ticks being removed from fur and hide of moose calf killed by infestation

    • 1959-04
    • Fieldwork--Biology; Ticks; Moose; Philip, Cornelius Becker, 1900-1987; Gaon, Jakob Avram, 1914-1995; Rocky Mountain Laboratory (Ravalli County, Mont.)
    • Ticks - Dermacentor albipictus and Dermacentor andersoni being removed from a moose calf that may have died from heavy infestation. The moose was found on Skalkaho Highway, Ravalli County, MT. In the picture (left to right): Dr. Jakob A. Gaon of...
    • Ticks being removed from fur and hide of moose calf killed by infestation

    • 1959-04
    • Fieldwork--Biology ; Ticks ; Rocky Mountain Laboratory (Ravalli County, Mont.); Moose
    • Ticks - Dermacentor albipictus and Dermacentor andersoni being removed from a moose calf that may have died from heavy infestation. The moose was found on Skalkaho Highway, Ravalli County, MT. Not in picture : Dr. Jakob A. Gaon of Yugoslavia and Dr...
    • Tick Paralysis in Bison

    • 1951-11-04
    • Tick paralysis; Bison; Buffalo; Ranching--Montana; Fieldwork; Rocky Mountain Laboratory (Ravalli County, Mont.)
    • Yearling bison down with tick paralysis , D. Andersoni being pointed out
    • Portrait of Dr. John F. Anderson

    • 1920
    • Anderson, John F., 1871-1958; Rocky Mountain Laboratory (Ravalli County, Mont.)
    • Portrait of Dr John F. Anderson. He conducted valuable research on the Rocky Mountain wood tick, Dermacentor andersoni (Stiles)
    • Portrait of Dr. Isaiah U Temple, first physician to medically describe tick paralysis

    • 1965
    • Portraits; Temple, Isaiah Ulysses, 1868-1945; Rocky Mountain Laboratory (Ravalli County, Mont.)
    • Dr Isaiah U. Temple in his office in Pendleton, Oregon. Dr Temple was the first physician to describe tick paralysis. Tick paralysis was caused by the female wood tick, Dermacentor andersoni, and paralyzed victim’s motor nerves. The paralysis...
    • Illustration of the Rocky Mountain Wood Tick

    • 1932-1937
    • Ticks; Medical illustration; Moore, Thomas James, 1892-1968; Rocky Mountain Laboratory (Ravalli County, Mont.)
    • Medical illustration by Thomas J. Moore of Dermacentor andersoni Stiles (Rocky Mountain wood tick), female (top) and male (bottom).
    • Illustration of Dermacentor andersoni Life Cycle

    • 1948-08-31
    • Illustrations; Life cycles (Biology); Ticks; Dermacentor andersoni; Rocky Mountain Laboratory (Ravalli County, Mont.)
    • Illustration by Demont showing the various stages in the life cycle of Dermacentor andersoni

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