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Big tick? What/who does it feed on? First record on iSpot too, I believe.
University of Edinburgh and Biodiversity Observatory (OU)
Feeds on mammals, (including humans), this one was removed from a cat. It is in an expanded state, have gorged its self on cat blood.
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If its from a cat in UK it is most likely to be Ixodes ricinus rather than H dromedarii which as its species name indicates feeds on camels.
Thank you for the correct ID.
Someone needs to update the ID.
Done and dusted.
All too common here in the South West. If you find one attached to you be aware of the problem of Lyme disease (and others!)
Lat/Lng: 53.2062, -0.5644
OS grid ref: SK959686
Removed from a cat