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Leptus? - Leptus

Leptus? - Leptus
Grand Canyon Nat'l Park, Coconino County, Arizona, USA
June 7, 2015

Moved
Moved from Mites and Ticks.

Parasitengona
Leptus is quite likely, but larvae of other parasitengones will also parasitize harvestment, and this photo doesn't clearly show the diagnostic shape of a Leptus gnathosoma, so I will just go with Parasitengona.

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