*Lyme disease

However, since these ticks are very small, especially in the nymph stage, prompt detection is quite difficult. The Australian ...

*Large milkweed bug

Nymphs live in large groups of about 20 individuals on the plant. Juveniles have an advantageous discontinuous 3 part gut that ...

*Ticks of domestic animals

When a larva feeds, it molts at the site where it feeds and emerges as a nymph. The nymph feeds at the same site or close by ... The larva does not feed, but directly molts into the first nymph stage. This stage feeds then molts into the next nymph stage. ... molts into a nymph when on the ground and quests by crawling on the ground or waiting on vegetation. The nymph feeds and ... The nymphs and adults of three-host ticks, such as Amblyomma and Rhipicephalus species, can live for many months to a year or ...

*Borrelia burgdorferi

The spirochetes survive as the larvae molts into a nymph and persist in the nutrient-poor midgut as the nymph overwinters. ... Nymphs molt into adult ticks, which usually feed on larger mammals that are not able to support the survival of B. burgdorferi ... Infected nymphs then transmit B. burgdorferi by feeding on another vertebrate to complete the cycle. Ticks can transmit B. ...

*Lyme disease microbiology

Virtually all spirochetes in the midgut of an unfed nymph tick express OspA. OspA promotes the attachment of B. burgdorferi to ... nymph and adult. The lifecycle concept encompassing reservoirs and infections in multiple hosts has recently been expanded to ...

*Nymph

Rose mentions dryads and hamadryads as nymphs of trees generally, meliai as nymphs of ash trees, and naiads as nymphs of water ... Cyrenaean Nymphs (City of Cyrene, Libya) Cypriae Nymphs (Island of Cyprus) Cyrtonian Nymphs (Town of Cyrtone, Boeotia) Deliades ... Nymphs in such groupings could belong to any of the classes mentioned above (Naiades, Oreades, and so on). Aeaean Nymphs (Aeaea ... Nymphs were the frequent target of satyrs. Nymphs are personifications of the creative and fostering activities of nature, most ...

*Nymph, Alabama

Nymph is an unincorporated community in Conecuh County, Alabama, United States. A post office operated under the name Nymph ... "Nymph". Geographic Names Information System. United States Geological Survey. "Conecuh County". Jim Forte Postal History. ...

*Nymph (biology)

Dermanyssus gallinae (chicken mite) nymph I by A.C. Oudemans Dermanyssus gallinae (chicken mite) nymph II by A.C. Oudemans Egg ... while a nymph moults it never enters a pupal stage. Instead, the final moult results in an adult insect. Nymphs undergo ... In biology, a nymph is the immature form of some invertebrates, particularly insects, which undergoes gradual metamorphosis ( ... Unlike a typical larva, a nymph's overall form already resembles that of the adult, except for a lack of wings (in winged ...

*BS Nymph

The Nymph used almost all of the Imp parts aside from the body, with most of the hardware bolted directly to its GRP monocoque ... The BS Nymph was a fibreglass monocoque British buggy based on running gear from the Hillman Imp, including its rear-mounted ... Rather than competing globally with the Mini Moke as intended, the Nymph entered small-scale production as a kit car and only ... "Bohanna Stables Ltd Nymph". Classic Kitcars. Classic-Kitcars.com. Retrieved 2016-04-27. ...

*Thalia (nymph)

... is a nymph, the child of Hephaestus. She is also given as an anthropomorphic secondary deity of plant life and shoots, possibly ...

*Clonia (nymph)

Clonia is a nymph in Greek mythology, consort of Hyrieus. By her, he became the father of Nycteus and Lycus. Pseudo-Apollodorus ...

*Tree nymph

... and wood nymphs, also known as glassy tigers, from a different lineage of Danainae Sevenia, the African tree nymphs, from the ... Tree nymph is another term for a Dryad in Ancient Greek mythology. It can also refer to either of two or three genera of the ... the Asian tree nymphs or paper butterflies, from the milkweed butterfly subfamily (Danainae) Idea lynceus, a butterfly of that ... genus called the tree-nymph Ideopsis, the Southeast Asian tree- ...

*Moria (nymph)

In Greek mythology, Moria was a Naiad nymph dwelling by the river Hermus; she makes an appearance in Nonnus' Dionysiaca, in an ...

*Melia (nymph)

In Greek mythology, Melia or Melie (Μελίη) was a Bithynian nymph, who was, by Poseidon, the mother of Amycus, king of Bebryces ... "a Bithynian nymph" at Apollodorus, 1.9.20 (see Frazer's note); Hard, p. 386. Apollodorus, Apollodorus, The Library, with an ...

*HMS Nymph

... was a 14-gun Swan-class sloop of the Royal Navy launched at Chatham Dockyard on 27 May 1778. She was accidentally ... Nymph was ordered from Chatham Dockyard on 8 January 1777 and laid down there in April that year under master shipwright Israel ... Nymph returned to Britain later in the year and was refitted and re-coppered at Plymouth between August and October 1782. ... Nymph was commissioned in May 1778 under Commander William Denne, and served in the English Channel. She came under Commander ...

*Idaea (nymph)

Idaea (Ἰδαία) is the name of two nymphs in Greek mythology. Their cults are related with Mount Ida in Crete, and Mount Ida in ...

*Necker Nymph

... '", Catey Hill, Monday 1 February 2010 (accessed 25 July 2010) gizmag.com, "Necker Nymph: underwater flying becomes ... The Necker Nymph is the initial example of the DeepFlight Merlin class of positively-buoyant open-cockpit wet subs manufactured ... 3-seater wet sub The Necker Nymph is a submersible vehicle operated by Virgin Aquatic from the 32-metre yacht Necker Belle, ... "Necker Nymph 'Underwater Aircraft' announced by Virgin Limited Edition" (accessed 25 July 2010) New York Daily News, "Richard ...

*Aetna (nymph)

Aetna (Greek: Αἴτνη) was in Greek and Roman mythology a Sicilian nymph, and according to Alcimus, a daughter of Uranus and Gaia ...

*Liriope (nymph)

In Greek mythology, Liriope is a Boeotian naiad, who was probably the daughter of one of the Boeotian or Phocian river Gods. Liriope was raped by the river-god Cephissus, who was himself the son of Oceanus and Tethys, and bore his son Narcissus. Ovid, Metamorphoses, 3. ...

*Nymph and Fawn

... rather than the classical faun usually paired with nymphs). The nymph, coiffed with a vine and nude except for a thin band of ... Nymph and Fawn is located near a pond that is part of the original Oldfields Ravine Garden, an informal garden that was ... Nymph and Fawn is typical of the graceful, classical style of figuration that Isidore Konti became known for in the early 1900s ... Nymph and Fawn is a public artwork by American artist Isidore Konti and located within the Oldfields-Lilly House & Gardens ...

*Ceylon tree nymph

The Ceylon tree nymph has a wingspan of 110-155 mm, making it the largest member of the Danaidae family in Sri Lanka. Both its ... Ceylon tree nymphs from the dry zone of the country are usually larger in size and lighter in colour than ones from the wet ... The Ceylon tree nymph (Idea iasonia) is a species of nymphalid butterfly in the Danainae subfamily. It is endemic to Sri Lanka ... First described by John Westwood in 1848, the Ceylon tree nymph can be found in both wet and dry zones of Sri Lanka. It is the ...

*The Wood Nymph

Sibelius never forbade performance of The Wood Nymph." Stylistically, scholars have detected in The Wood Nymph the influence of ... and The Wood Nymph. In the absence of any new information from Sibelius's papers, however, the reason why The Wood Nymph was ... representing the nymph's erotic advances. "Who could resist," Glenda Dawn Goss has written in mock defense, "her [the nymph's] ... In The Wood Nymph, Sibelius adheres closely to the narrative structure of Rydberg's poem, so much so that at the 1895 premiere ...

*Pheasant Tail Nymph

Frank Sawyers' book Nymphs and the Trout first published in 1958 describes the method of tying and fishing the nymph. The ... the Pheasant Tail Nymph is one of the oldest of modern nymphs. Frank devised the pattern for use on the chalkstreams of ... devastatingly effective nymph. Frank's Pheasant Tail suggests many of the skinny nymphs that flourish in various habitats, ... He designed this nymph to imitate several species of the Baetis family, generally referred to as the 'olives'; it quickly ...

*Common wood-nymph

Mead's wood-nymph (Cercyonis meadii) has a bright red-orange area on the ventral forewing. The common wood-nymph ranges from ... It is also known as the wood-nymph, grayling, blue-eyed grayling, and the goggle eye. The common wood-nymph can vary greatly. ... The Great Basin wood-nymph (Cercyonis sthenele) and the small wood-nymph (Cercyonis oetus) are smaller, and the lower forewing ... The common wood-nymph is found from mid-May to early October in the eastern part of its range. It is found from late June to ...

*HMS Sea Nymph

Two ships of the Royal Navy have borne the name HMS Sea Nymph: HMS Sea Nymph was an 8-gun cutter in service in 1782. HMS Sea ... Nymph was an S class submarine launched in 1942 and scrapped in 1948.. ...