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Table 1 Percentage of ticks collected by citizen scientists per species and state [% (#/n, 95% CI)]

From: Citizen science informs human-tick exposure in the Northeastern United States

  I. scapularis D. variabilis A. americanum
Connecticut 56.1 (105/187, 48.7-63.3) 42.2 (79/187, 35.1–49.7) 0.5 (1/187, 0–3.4)
Massachusetts 59.9 (430/718, 56.2–63.5) 39.1 (281/718, 35.6–42.8) 0.7 (5/718, 0.3–1.7)
Maine 63.8 (339/531, 59.6–67.9) 33.5 (178/531, 29.5–37.7) 1.3 (7/531, 0.6–2.8)
New Hampshire 46.2 (152/329, 40.7–51.8) 51.1 (168/329, 45.5–56.6) 0.3 (1/329, 0–2)
New Jersey 36.9 (149/404, 32.2–41.8) 32.9 (133/404, 28.4–37.8) 29.5 (119/404, 25.1–34.2)
New York 69.4 (686/988, 66.4–72.3) 19.1 (189/988, 16.8–21.8) 9.3 (92/988, 7.6–11.3)
Pennsylvania 63.3 (609/962, 60.2–66.3) 33.8 (325/962, 30.8–36.9) 1.5 (14/962, 0.8–2.5)
Rhode Island 74.5 (35/47, 59.4–85.6) 23.4 (11/47, 12.8–38.4) 2.1 (1/47, 0.1–12.7)
Vermont 72.6 (69/95, 62.4–81) 25.3 (24/95, 17.2–35.4) 1.1 (1/95, 0.1–6.6)