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Photo#33300
Mites on histerid - Lobogynioides

Mites on histerid - Lobogynioides
Hillsborough County, New Hampshire, USA
May 9, 2005
Size: under 1 mm
I posted this image under beetles some months back, but I wanted to put it in the mites section as well.

There are two, perhaps three mites visible on this histerid beetle's underside. I think I see mite legs poking out beneath the left front leg.

btw, the beetle is alive in this photo but wishes it were on its belly instead of its back.

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Lobogynioides sp.
Image 33300: probably a Lobogynioides sp. (Antennophorina: Diplogyniidae).

Owen Seeman
Assistant Collection Manager: Arachnids
Queensland Museum
South Brisbane 4101
Australia

(Note: I presume the choice of steeds has much to do with this ID since there is scant detail in the mite image. - Jim McClarin)

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