Predatory Mite (Amblyseius swirskii)

Amblyseius swirskii adults have 8 legs and the body is singular rather than segmented with under 20 back hairs. A. swirskii cannot be distinguished from a number of other predatory mites such as A. cucumeris, A. californicus, or A. andersoni with the naked eye. The differences in appearance are subtle and can only be seen […]
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