Yes: And make U sick
Not only do lone star ticks transmit lyme disease
, they do so faster than other ticks, according to stuff that I have read.
I learned that ticks usually must be attached for at least 24 hours before there is risk of getting lyme, but not so for the lone star tick...In less than 24 hours of attachment you could get iinfected. The white spot on the tick is easy to see, so get to your md quickly.