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Item #: 210-0814

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A MUST-HAVE for those who explore the great outdoors! Every first aid kit (& wallet) should have one!

Updated Tick ID Cards!
This handy business card-sized tick identification card features the three most common ticks found in the US (deer, dog, lone star), and features a sizing chart which shows examples of larvae, nymph and adults for each species. The card also features directions for how to properly remove a tick as well as a link to more resources regarding ticks and tick safety. BULK DISCOUNTS AVAILABLE!


Learn More About Ticks and Tick Safety at www.TickSafety.com!


If you like our Tick ID Cards, be sure to check out the Tick Twister Pro tick remover!

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Tick Wallet Information Card August 2, 2018
Reviewer: Richard Schaffer from Parkersburg, WV United States  
Product as described and arrived on time.
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June 14, 2018
Reviewer: Robin White from DELAWARE, OH United States  


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First order with your company June 4, 2018
Reviewer: Anonymous Person from Carthage, IL United States  
Thanks for good service. Order was filled correctly and delivered on time in good condition.

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Tick ID cards April 8, 2018
Reviewer: Anonymous Person from Bowie, MD United States  
The tick ID cards are very informative with clear pictures of the different types of ticks.  They are laminated and should last a long time even with lots of use in field condition.  Only complaint is that the information on the new card says not to save the tick for testing but the old cards  this says you should have the tick and have it tested.  Not sure which advice is correct.

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March 19, 2018
Reviewer: Stephen Dunn from Upper Sandusky, OH United States  


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