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Mystery MIte

Mystery MIte
University of New Hampshire, Durham, New Hampshire, USA
March 9, 2008
In this image, you can easily see the shiny, black bulge at the base of the crusty pyramid on it's back.
Is this crust debris it's covered it's self in for camouflage?

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Moved
Moved from oribatids.

Damaeoidea
Damaeoidea

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