What does a bite look like from a tick carrying rocky mountain spotted fever?

Wrist forearm ankle. If infected by the rocky mountain spotted fever bacteria, after 1-2 weeks, a person can get fever & flu-like symptoms. A rash of blanching, pink, non-itchy spots starts on the wrists, forearms, and ankles about 2-5 days after the fever starts. These pink spots eventually become raised bumps. About 6 days after fever began, a rash of petechiae (small blood spots) starts on the palms and soles.
Can't tell from bite. The dermacentor bite cannot be distinguished from other tick bites.