Until recently, this species was only found in China, Japan, Korea and the south eastern Russia as well as in parts of Australia, New Zealand and the islands & Pacific. Then, in 2017, its first number of ancient Asia was converted from Asia to New Jersey, and then discovered in Virginia, West Virginia, Pennsylvania, North Carolina and Arkansas.
Although the ticket is capable of causing infection, there has been no cause of illness, either in people or in animals, a statement in the United States.
"It's a great chance that this tag is spread widely in North America," said Rochlin. "Mosquito's control has been a great success in this country, but we are losing our disease with tick-borne diseases."
Abnormal breeding abilities
"These chromagan is parthenogenetic, which means that women create diploid eggs (with a full set of the mother's DNA) becoming adult without having to use male DNA, "wrote in an email. (Fonseca did not add to the new survey.)
Out of about 700 "hard" grid species – where one of them has an Asian shooting green – we do not know it's been a parthenogenetic. "So it's very rare but it's not special," said Fonseca. This unusual way to create clones that means that the ticket can be created; Bringing his "great" to his guests. "We saw huge numbers of animals as well as dogs."
This syndrome, which also causes nausea, diarrhea and muscle pain, including the hospital for most patients and their patients; is executed for up to almost one third of those infected. This ability is a cause of concern because the relationship between illness, Heartland's infection, and the Northwest state and the Diseases of the United States, are noted.
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As the ticket is found in very broad regions of the United States, Rochlin believes he has been present in the United States for a number of years "and is likely to get extra land. For his new research, he created habitats in North America.
He examined climate data from Asia, Australia and New Zealand where the ticket is set up and then compares it with climate statements for North America
The most suitable habitat for ticking coastal areas as far north as New Brunswick and Nova Scotia as far south as Virginia and North Carolina, found Rochlin. On West Coast, the area where the ticket is & # 39; Living from the southern tip of British Columbia to Northern California.
The countryside may have bigger rods like this: from Louisiana to the north to Wisconsin and to the south of Ontario and Quebec, as well as the west to Kentucky, Tennessee and Missouri, its survey showed.
Green greenshells can be "very abundant" in favorable habitats, Rochlin said. "Together with the bitter aggressive behavior of this species and its ability to carry human movements and animals, this species represents a significant concern to the public."
Curves across the Asian logo
Machtinger, who was not involved in the new research, said she was fond of "put these new scary things in sights. The Zika virus was one of those people."
Because there were not many of the things that had been done; Feeding this virus on people, & # 39; Machtinger said that perhaps cattle and other cures could be bigger. However, she did not put the risk down completely because this is the first attack box that the United States saw in 80 years, she said.
Really similar to the rabbit bee, bird bird and other native species, the Asian unique ticket "was not looked for for a few years," said Machtinger, who believes he has be here from 2010 or even earlier. "That's an important thing: it's here, but it's been here," she said. "And it does not take over north-eastern or eastern USA quickly if it pops up."
Although having the ability to clone itself can cause a ticket of two eggs, "so our arms can be native to us," said Matchinger. At the end, she said, & # 39; The feminine green tick may not be less frightened than the native species.
Machtinger said, "to be diligent in protecting yourself and your animals." And, if you encounter a ticket that you have never seen, take it to a surgeon or university and ask for help.
"We are responsible for our community scientists," she said. "We depend on people who are out there and we get strange things on the animals that they have never seen before [in] and say, & where can I find this? Can you help me? & # 39; "