The energy pattern of bugs, ticks, midges, mites, mosquitoes and other biting organisms. This kit includes 3 house dust mite species, 4 horse flies, 4 mosquitoes, 8 ticks, 2 biting ants, 4 bees, 4 wasps, etc. All organisms that can cause allergic and other reactions for human beings. Some also affect animals.
Only female ticks, horse flies, bees, wasps and mosquitoes feed on the blood of their hosts, so all the specimens in this kit are female.
BTM 01 Red Fire Ant (Solenopsis Invicta)
North, Central and Southern America.
BTM 02 Bi-coloured Arboreal Ant (Tetraponera Rufonigra)
Found across Asia, and Africa.
BTM 03 Common Bed Bug (Cimex Lectularius)
Bed bugs occur in all regions of the globe.
BTM 04 European Bee / Western Honey Bee (Apis Mellifera, Female)
BTM 05 Sweat Bee (Lasioglossum Eleutherense, Female)
Southern Florida, Bahamas, Cuba.
BTM 06 Sweat Bee (Lasioglossum Leucozonium / Lasioglossum Similis, Female)
North America, Europe, Asia, and parts of northern Africa.
BTM 07 Violet Carpenter Bee (Xylocopa Violacea, Female)
The common European species of carpenter bee.
BTM 08 Human Flea / Common Flea (Pulex Irritans)
BTM 09 Cleg / Cleg Fly / Horse Fly /Notch-Horned Cleg-Fly/ Common Horse Fly (Haematopota Pluvialis, Female)
Europe, Near East.
BTM 10 Hairy-legged Horsefly (Hybomitra Bimaculata, Female)
Distributed widely in Europe, Russia, Mongolia, China and Japan.
BTM 11 Band-Eyed Brown Horse Fly (Tabanus Bromius, Female)
Europe, North Africa and in the Near East.
BTM 12 Dark Giant Horse Fly (Tabanus Sudeticus, Female)
Common and widespread in Europe.
BTM 13 Head Lice/ Head Louse (Pediculus Humanus Capitis)
BTM 14 Body Louse / Body Lice (Pediculus Humanus Humanus / Pediculus Humanus Corporis)
BTM 15 Pubic Louse / Pubic Lice / Crabs (Pthirus Pubis)
BTM 16 Scottish Biting Midge (Culicoides Impunctatus)
Northern European countries including the Netherlands and Scotland.
BTM 17 Biting Midge / Sand Fly / Gnats / No-see-ums / Punkies (Culicoides Impunctatus and Culicoides Pulicaris)
BTM 18 Mangrove Biting Midge (Culicoides Ornatus)
Breeds in mangrove swamps, but then can be carried on the wind 500km plus. Found in Australia and India.
BTM 19 Mite (Demodex Brevis)
Feeds off oil from sebum glands; found all over the body but particularly on chest and neck.
BTM 20 Eyelash Mite (Demodex Folliculorum)
Feed on dead skin cells around the lashes as well as other areas of the eye; everyone has small amounts of these very small mites; large quantities can cause skin irritation and eye inflammation.
BTM 21 Dust mite and faecal pellet (Dermatophagoides with faecal pellet)
BTM 22 American House Dust Mite (Dermatophagoides Farinae)
BTM 23 European House Dust Mite (Dermatophagoides Pteronyssinus)
BTM 24 House Dust Mite (Euroglyphus Maynei)
Common in homes in Europe, the southern United States, and other parts of the world.
BTM 25 Chiggers / Red Bugs / Harvest Bugs / Harvest Mite (Trombiculidae, Larvae)
It's the larvae stage that is the problem; do not actually "bite", but instead form a hole in the skin and chew up tiny parts of the inner skin, causing severe irritation and swelling.
BTM 26 Asian Tiger Mosquito / Forest Mosquito (Aedes Albopictus, Female)
Asian Tiger Mosquito / Forest Mosquito
BTM 27 Mosquito, Female (Anopheles Stephensi, Female)
Bites during the day; widespread global distribution.
BTM 28 Common House Mosquito / Northern House Mosquito / Common Gnat / House Gnat (Culex Pipiens, Female)
Middle East, the Indian subcontinent and China.
BTM 29 Banded house mosquito, Banded mosquito, Ring-footed gnat (Culiseta Annulata /Theobaldia Annulata, Female)
Occurs in Europe, USA, Asia, Australia and Middle East.
BTM 30 Lone Star Tick (Amblyomma Americanum, Female)
United States and northern Mexico. May carry Rocky Mountain spotted fever and Lyme disease.
BTM 31 Rocky Mountain Wood Tick / Wood Tick (Dermacentor Andersoni, Female)
North America; may carry Colorado tick fever or Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever or Tularemia.
BTM 32 Ornate Sheep Tick (Dermacentor Marginatus, Female)
Morocco, Spain, Italy, Southern France, Switzerland, Western Germany and Poland. Can carry Rickettsia slovakato (humans) and Babesia canis (dogs), as well as other infections.
BTM 33 American Dog Tick (Dermacentor Variabilis, Female)
United States. May carry Rocky Mountain spotted fever and tularemia.
BTM 34 Paralysis Tick / Grass Tick / Seed Tick / Bush Tick (Ixodes Holocyclus, Female)
BTM 35 Western Black-Legged Tick (Ixodes Pacificus, Female)
North America. May carry Lyme disease.
BTM 36 Castor Bean Tick / European sheep tick (Ixodes Ricinus, Female)
Found across Europe and into neighbouring parts of North Africa and the Middle East.
BTM 37 Deer Tick / Black-Legged Tick (Ixodes Scapularis, Female)
North America; may carry Lyme disease, babesiosis and human granulocytic anaplasmosis.
BTM 38 Bald-Faced Hornet / Bald Hornet / White-Faced Hornet / White-Tailed Hornet / Spruce Wasp / Blackjacket / Bull Wasp (Dolichovespula Maculata, Female)
BTM 39 Saxon Wasp (Dolichovespula Saxonica, Female)
Commonly found in most of Europe and in northern and central Asia.
BTM 40 European Hornet / Brown Hornet (Vespa Crabro, Female)
Widely distributed in Europe; also found in Eastern China and eastern North America.
BTM 41 Common Wasp / European Wasp (Vespula Vulgaris, Female)
Found in various regions of the world including the United Kingdom, Germany, India, China, New Zealand, and Australia.
Life-Work Potential product code: 8142
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