Which are the ticks that carry Lyme disease?

Deer ticks & maybe.. The most common carriers of borrelia burgdorferi, the bacteria that causes lyme disease, are deer ticks (ixodes scapularis) and their cousin ixodes pacificus (western black-legged tick). There is evidence lone star ticks may transmit it. Other ixodes species may carry it too, as may dog ticks and rocky mountain wood ticks. See http://www.Canlyme.Com/ticks.Html for more info on this.
Lymes Disease. The lyme disease bacterium, borrelia burgdorferi, is spread through the bite of a deer tick (ixodes scapularis). http://www.cdc.gov/lyme/.

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What are the symptoms of Lyme disease if a deer tick?

Many symptoms... If bitten by a deer tick one should watch carefully for symptoms. Look for a bulls-eye rash- if you have this you have lyme, but it only happens half the time. Other early symptoms are mild flu-like symptoms (headache. Aches, mild fever), then joint pains, fatigue, problems with memory & concentration and virtually any symptom in the world. Deer ticks may spread ehrlichia, babesia, bartonella etc. Read more...
See below. Symptoms depend on the stage of the illness which include: early localized, early disseminated, and late disease. Early presenting symptoms can include (in decreasing percentage): rash (erythema migrans), arthritis, facial palsy (bells palsy), aseptic meningitis, and carditis. Early disseminated: multiple rashes, cranial nerve palsies, meningitis, carditis. Late disease: arthritis mostly. Read more...