We have many mites, perhaps more than 200, on their respective host pages rather than the Acari. It may be a good idea to list them together in one place. I hope this will help some mite experts who could take a look here and help us ID some of them. Granted that many of the images here are impossible to ID but others could perhaps be moved from host to a more appropriate page. This works well when several images are included and the close-up of the mite can go to a more appropriate place. Several contributors have done so already.
Pseudanthonomus validus and Leptus
Copris and Macrocheles
Polyphylla variolosa and Mesostigmata
Oiceoptoma noveboracense and Poecilochirus
I encourage contributors to submit several images when finding insects with mite on them and to get the best close-up possible of the mite.
Here are a few in which the close-up could be moved from the beetle page to Acari:
Nicrophorus (Sexton Beetles)
Nicrophorus orbicollis (Roundneck Sexton Beetle)
Contributed by Beatriz Moisset on 3 June, 2016 - 3:56pm Last updated 15 August, 2017 - 4:55pm
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