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Photo#1541914
parasite found on striped bark scorpion

parasite found on striped bark scorpion
junction, sutton County, Texas, USA
parasites resembling bright orange ticks found on striped bark scorpion living in dry creek bed

Moved
Moved from Mites and Ticks.

Moved
Moved from ID Request.

Mite
It is an immature stage of one of the mites, possibly a velvet mite.

 
Thank you so much I tried loo
Thank you so much I tried looking everywhere to find out what it was

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