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Photo#1328747
Dinothrombium mite? - Dinothrombium

Dinothrombium mite? - Dinothrombium
Southern Santa Rita Mtns, Coronado National Forest, 4500 ft elevation, Santa Cruz County, Arizona, USA
December 28, 2016
Size: 2-3 mm
Looks like the red velvet mites that are common in summer monsoon season.

Moved
Moved from Mites and Ticks.

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