Deer ticks — not to be confused with wood ticks — often carry Lyme disease and anaplasmosis/ehrlichiosis, which account for roughly 75 percent and 25 percent, respectively, of the state’s tick-borne ailments.
Wisconsin just entered its busiest period for Lyme disease, which peaks in June and July, as people spend more time outdoors.
In 2015, for example, 1,035 of Wisconsin’s 1,301 confirmed Lyme disease cases — or 80 percent — occurred from May through August.
September and October spawn about 11 percent of Lyme cases, while the six-month stretch from November through April accounts for 9 percent.
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But even those totals are probably way low because it’s likely that only 12 to 20 percent of Lyme cases get reported.
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