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Tri-secta?  - Leptus

Tri-secta? - Leptus
Houston, Harris County, Texas, USA
August 11, 2016
If anyone can help me identify the 3 creepy crawlers pictured in this image I would appreciate it! As an anecdote.... the Scorpion was feasting on the moth!

Moved from Mites and Ticks.

Moved from ID Request.

Let's see if anyone has an idea what the mites might be.

Striped Bark Scorpion feeding on a Moth
This looks like a Centruroides vittatus with several Mites on it. This is one of the most common Scorpion species in your state.

i think Megalopyge opercularis
for the moth

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