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Mite ID - Dinychus

Mite ID - Dinychus
Norfolk, Virginia, USA
March 28, 2009
Size: ~1mm
Found on decaying piece of bark.

Moved from Uropodina.

Looks like a species of Dinyc
Looks like a species of Dinychus. These are common in subcortical habitats.

Moved from Mites and Ticks.

I Think this should go with y
I Think this should go with your other photo of a similar individual in the Uropodina.

I moved it...
to that page. Thanks!

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