Volume 25, Number 6—June 2019
Enhancement of Risk for Lyme Disease by Landscape Connectivity, New York, New York, USA
|Park||No. nymphs positive/no. tested||Site NIP|
|Blue Heron Park||22/54||0.407|
|Clay Pit Ponds State Park Preserve||11/52||0.211|
|Conference House Park||12/51||0.235|
|High Rock Park||13/51||0.254|
|Pelham Bay Park||21/52||0.403|
|Wolfe’s Pond Park
*Screening results for B. burgdorferi infection in nymphal I. scapularis ticks from 1 park in the Bronx and 9 parks on Staten Island. Ticks were screened from parks with >39 collected ticks. NIP, nymphal infection prevalence.
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