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Leiobunum vittatum? - Leiobunum vittatum - male

Leiobunum vittatum? - Leiobunum vittatum - Male
Oak Ridge, Guilford County, North Carolina, USA
June 7, 2010
Size: 1/4" long body
Looks like a chocolate sundae.
Are male huntsmen more boxy, flat on top, than the females?

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Leiobunum vittatum? - Leiobunum vittatum - male Leiobunum vittatum? - Leiobunum vittatum - male

Mite ID
Larval Erythraeidae, likely Leptus.

Moved
Moved from ID Request.

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