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Photo#1293485
No answers yet  - Pyractomena

No answers yet - Pyractomena
Whitehall , Washington County, New York, USA
Size: About an inch long

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No answers yet  - Pyractomena No answers yet  - Pyractomena

Jim
Awesome thank you guys very much!!!

Moved
Moved from ID Request.

Parasitized?
Are those orange sesame-seed-shaped objects the work of some kind of parasite?

 
Mites
Those are nymphs of some kind of mite, another may be able to narrow based on host.

 
Mites
Thanks, Jeff.

Pyractomena larva…
See reference here.

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