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Large Red Mites - Trombidium

Large Red Mites - Trombidium
Jim Thorpe, Carbon County, Pennsylvania, USA
April 10, 2007
Size: 1/10 inch
I know nothing about mites except these were fair size and bright red and really active.
Found under a rock.

Moved from true velvet mites.

Moved from Trombidioidea.

Velvety red mites
can be found in several related families.

Moved from Velvet Mites.

Velvet Mites
It looks like these are velvet mites, Trombidiidae. I'm no mite expert so I'm not certain beyond that.

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