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Moorish Wall Gecko (Tarentola mauritanica) with Ant on the muzzle and Parasites on the eyelid, SpainMoorish Wall Gecko (Tarentola mauritanica) with Ant on the muzzle and Parasites on the eyelid, SpainMoorish Wall Gecko (Tarentola mauritanica) with Ant on the muzzle and Parasites on the eyelid, Spain© Mario Cea Sanchez / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Community silk web of Spider mites (social mites), Gorse red spider mite (Tetranychus lintearius) - this tiny mite (0.5 mm) weaves huge protective webs on the gorse on which it feeds by sucking their sap. These fabrics can cover other plants around. It is used as a biological control agent in countries where gorse has been introduced and is found to be invasive, Basque Country, FranceCommunity silk web of Spider mites (social mites), Gorse red spider mite (Tetranychus lintearius) - this tiny mite (0.5 mm) weaves huge protective webs on the gorse on which it feeds by sucking their sap. These fabrics can cover other plants around. It is used as a biological control agent in countries where gorse has been introduced and is found to be invasive, Basque Country, FranceCommunity silk web of Spider mites (social mites), Gorse red spider mite (Tetranychus lintearius) - this tiny mite (0.5 mm) weaves huge protective webs on the gorse on which it feeds by sucking their sap. These fabrics can cover other plants around. It is used as a biological control agent in countries where gorse has been introduced and is found to be invasive, Basque Country, France© Jean-Philippe Delobelle / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Community silk web of Spider mites (social mites), Gorse red

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Community silk web of Spider mites (social mites), Gorse red spider mite (Tetranychus lintearius) - this tiny mite (0.5 mm) weaves huge protective webs on the gorse on which it feeds by sucking their sap. These fabrics can cover other plants around. It is used as a biological control agent in countries where gorse has been introduced and is found to be invasive, Basque Country, FranceCommunity silk web of Spider mites (social mites), Gorse red spider mite (Tetranychus lintearius) - this tiny mite (0.5 mm) weaves huge protective webs on the gorse on which it feeds by sucking their sap. These fabrics can cover other plants around. It is used as a biological control agent in countries where gorse has been introduced and is found to be invasive, Basque Country, FranceCommunity silk web of Spider mites (social mites), Gorse red spider mite (Tetranychus lintearius) - this tiny mite (0.5 mm) weaves huge protective webs on the gorse on which it feeds by sucking their sap. These fabrics can cover other plants around. It is used as a biological control agent in countries where gorse has been introduced and is found to be invasive, Basque Country, France© Jean-Philippe Delobelle / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Community silk web of Spider mites (social mites), Gorse red

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Community silk web of Spider mites (social mites), Gorse red spider mite (Tetranychus lintearius) - this tiny mite (0.5 mm) weaves huge protective webs on the gorse on which it feeds by sucking their sap. These fabrics can cover other plants around. It is used as a biological control agent in countries where gorse has been introduced and is found to be invasive, Basque Country, FranceCommunity silk web of Spider mites (social mites), Gorse red spider mite (Tetranychus lintearius) - this tiny mite (0.5 mm) weaves huge protective webs on the gorse on which it feeds by sucking their sap. These fabrics can cover other plants around. It is used as a biological control agent in countries where gorse has been introduced and is found to be invasive, Basque Country, FranceCommunity silk web of Spider mites (social mites), Gorse red spider mite (Tetranychus lintearius) - this tiny mite (0.5 mm) weaves huge protective webs on the gorse on which it feeds by sucking their sap. These fabrics can cover other plants around. It is used as a biological control agent in countries where gorse has been introduced and is found to be invasive, Basque Country, France© Jean-Philippe Delobelle / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Community silk web of Spider mites (social mites), Gorse red

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Catascopus dalbertisi ; Ground Beetle with mites ; Ground beetle with hitchhiking mites ; SingaporeCatascopus dalbertisi ; Ground Beetle with mites ; Ground beetle with hitchhiking mites ; SingaporeCatascopus dalbertisi ; Ground Beetle with mites ; Ground beetle with hitchhiking mites ; Singapore© Melvyn Yeo / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale

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Catascopus dalbertisi ; Ground Beetle with mites ; Ground beetle

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Traces of red spiders on a leaf of PhalaenopsisTraces of red spiders on a leaf of PhalaenopsisTraces of red spiders on a leaf of Phalaenopsis© Jean-Michel Groult / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Traces of red spiders on a leaf of Phalaenopsis

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Aloe gall caused by a mite (Eriophyes aloinis), also called "cancer of the aloe"Aloe gall caused by a mite (Eriophyes aloinis), also called "cancer of the aloe"Aloe gall caused by a mite (Eriophyes aloinis), also called "cancer of the aloe"© Jean-Michel Groult / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Aloe gall caused by a mite (Eriophyes aloinis), also called

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Rock grayling (Hipparchia semele) Imago posed in the moor with a red tick on the thorax mimicry of colors, Landes rases Cap d'Erquy, Natural site of the departmental council of Côtes d'Armor, Brittany, FranceRock grayling (Hipparchia semele) Imago posed in the moor with a red tick on the thorax mimicry of colors, Landes rases Cap d'Erquy, Natural site of the departmental council of Côtes d'Armor, Brittany, FranceRock grayling (Hipparchia semele) Imago posed in the moor with a red tick on the thorax mimicry of colors, Landes rases Cap d'Erquy, Natural site of the departmental council of Côtes d'Armor, Brittany, France© Dominique Halleux / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Rock grayling (Hipparchia semele) Imago posed in the moor with a

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Scarab Beetle (Oxysternon silenus) male parasitized by a mite in the undergrowth of the Amazon rainforest of PeruScarab Beetle (Oxysternon silenus) male parasitized by a mite in the undergrowth of the Amazon rainforest of PeruScarab Beetle (Oxysternon silenus) male parasitized by a mite in the undergrowth of the Amazon rainforest of Peru© Raphaël Sané / BiosphotoJPG - RMUse for the promotion of hunting prohibited

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Scarab Beetle (Oxysternon silenus) male parasitized by a mite in

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Mite of fauna of soil and dead wood in a garden, Bouxières-aux-dames, Lorraine, FranceMite of fauna of soil and dead wood in a garden, Bouxières-aux-dames, Lorraine, FranceMite of fauna of soil and dead wood in a garden, Bouxières-aux-dames, Lorraine, France© Stéphane Vitzthum / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Mite of fauna of soil and dead wood in a garden,

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Mite, probably (Alaskozetes antarcticus) on a rock in AntarcticaMite, probably (Alaskozetes antarcticus) on a rock in AntarcticaMite, probably (Alaskozetes antarcticus) on a rock in Antarctica© Raphaël Sané / BiosphotoJPG - RMUse for the promotion of hunting prohibited

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Mite, probably (Alaskozetes antarcticus) on a rock in Antarctica

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Erinose / Cloque de la vigneErinose / Cloque de la vigneErinose / Cloque de la vigne© Alain Kubacsi / BiosphotoJPG - RMSale prohibited in Germany

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Erinose / Cloque de la vigne

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Brown china mark (Elophila nymphaeata) parasitized by two mites, standing concealed under a leaf of Great Comfrey in the vegetation at the edge of a pond in a marsh, in spring, Picardie, France.Brown china mark (Elophila nymphaeata) parasitized by two mites, standing concealed under a leaf of Great Comfrey in the vegetation at the edge of a pond in a marsh, in spring, Picardie, France.Brown china mark (Elophila nymphaeata) parasitized by two mites, standing concealed under a leaf of Great Comfrey in the vegetation at the edge of a pond in a marsh, in spring, Picardie, France.© Samuel Dhier / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Brown china mark (Elophila nymphaeata) parasitized by two mites,

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Western Green Lizard (Lacerta bilineata), Bollenberg, Alsace, FranceWestern Green Lizard (Lacerta bilineata), Bollenberg, Alsace, FranceWestern Green Lizard (Lacerta bilineata), Bollenberg, Alsace, France© Stéphane Vitzthum / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Western Green Lizard (Lacerta bilineata), Bollenberg, Alsace,

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Assassin bug (Reduviidae) infested with parasitic mites (Varroidae).Assassin bug (Reduviidae) infested with parasitic mites (Varroidae).Assassin bug (Reduviidae) infested with parasitic mites (Varroidae).© Husni Che Ngah / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Assassin bug (Reduviidae) infested with parasitic mites

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Photomicrograph of a mite (Aculops lycopersici); They are very small (<1.5 mm) and reproduce quickly because their life cycle is one week. Parasite widely tomatoes and other plants of the garden.Photomicrograph of a mite (Aculops lycopersici); They are very small (<1.5 mm) and reproduce quickly because their life cycle is one week. Parasite widely tomatoes and other plants of the garden.Photomicrograph of a mite (Aculops lycopersici); They are very small (<1.5 mm) and reproduce quickly because their life cycle is one week. Parasite widely tomatoes and other plants of the garden.© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Photomicrograph of a mite (Aculops lycopersici); They are very

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Nice demonstration of the toxicity of olive mites (Brevipalpus oleae) on this twig, whose peduncle and both olives are being desiccated, Mas Can Font, Banyuls, FranceNice demonstration of the toxicity of olive mites (Brevipalpus oleae) on this twig, whose peduncle and both olives are being desiccated, Mas Can Font, Banyuls, FranceNice demonstration of the toxicity of olive mites (Brevipalpus oleae) on this twig, whose peduncle and both olives are being desiccated, Mas Can Font, Banyuls, France© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Nice demonstration of the toxicity of olive mites (Brevipalpus

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Olive mite (Brevipalpus oleae) on the peduncle of an olive, Barbentane, Gard, FranceOlive mite (Brevipalpus oleae) on the peduncle of an olive, Barbentane, Gard, FranceOlive mite (Brevipalpus oleae) on the peduncle of an olive, Barbentane, Gard, France© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Olive mite (Brevipalpus oleae) on the peduncle of an olive,

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Twig parasitized by five olive mites (Brevipalpus oleae), Note that the peduncle of the olive is absent on both sides (arrow), olive grove of St Rémy de Provence, FranceTwig parasitized by five olive mites (Brevipalpus oleae), Note that the peduncle of the olive is absent on both sides (arrow), olive grove of St Rémy de Provence, FranceTwig parasitized by five olive mites (Brevipalpus oleae), Note that the peduncle of the olive is absent on both sides (arrow), olive grove of St Rémy de Provence, France© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Twig parasitized by five olive mites (Brevipalpus oleae), Note

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Portrait of an Olive Mite (Brevipalpus oleae) on an olive twig, Oliveraie Mas Font, Banyuls, FrancePortrait of an Olive Mite (Brevipalpus oleae) on an olive twig, Oliveraie Mas Font, Banyuls, FrancePortrait of an Olive Mite (Brevipalpus oleae) on an olive twig, Oliveraie Mas Font, Banyuls, France© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Portrait of an Olive Mite (Brevipalpus oleae) on an olive twig,

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Three Olive Mites (Brevipalpus oleae) on an olive twig, Oliveraie Mas Font, Banyuls, FranceThree Olive Mites (Brevipalpus oleae) on an olive twig, Oliveraie Mas Font, Banyuls, FranceThree Olive Mites (Brevipalpus oleae) on an olive twig, Oliveraie Mas Font, Banyuls, France© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Three Olive Mites (Brevipalpus oleae) on an olive twig, Oliveraie

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Yellow mites (Brachytydeus formosa) moving under an olive leaf, garden, Banyuls sur mer, FranceYellow mites (Brachytydeus formosa) moving under an olive leaf, garden, Banyuls sur mer, FranceYellow mites (Brachytydeus formosa) moving under an olive leaf, garden, Banyuls sur mer, France© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Yellow mites (Brachytydeus formosa) moving under an olive leaf,

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Sept Acariens de l'Olivier (Brevipalpus oleae) sur cette tige d'olivier ! Oliveraie Berta-Maillol , Banyuls sur mer, FranceSept Acariens de l'Olivier (Brevipalpus oleae) sur cette tige d'olivier ! Oliveraie Berta-Maillol , Banyuls sur mer, FranceSept Acariens de l'Olivier (Brevipalpus oleae) sur cette tige d'olivier ! Oliveraie Berta-Maillol , Banyuls sur mer, France© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Sept Acariens de l'Olivier (Brevipalpus oleae) sur cette tige

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Nest of yellow mites (Brachytydeus formosa) at the junction of two olive stalks of St André, FranceNest of yellow mites (Brachytydeus formosa) at the junction of two olive stalks of St André, FranceNest of yellow mites (Brachytydeus formosa) at the junction of two olive stalks of St André, France© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Nest of yellow mites (Brachytydeus formosa) under the fold of an olive leaf, Oliveraie de St André, FranceNest of yellow mites (Brachytydeus formosa) under the fold of an olive leaf, Oliveraie de St André, FranceNest of yellow mites (Brachytydeus formosa) under the fold of an olive leaf, Oliveraie de St André, France© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Close-up of the yellow mite (Brachytydeus formosa) moving under an olive leaf; yellow dots are grains of pollen. Cape Abeille site, Banyuls sur mer, FranceClose-up of the yellow mite (Brachytydeus formosa) moving under an olive leaf; yellow dots are grains of pollen. Cape Abeille site, Banyuls sur mer, FranceClose-up of the yellow mite (Brachytydeus formosa) moving under an olive leaf; yellow dots are grains of pollen. Cape Abeille site, Banyuls sur mer, France© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Yellow mite (Brachytydeux formosa) moving under a lemon tree leaf, on the left a juvenile olive mite (Brevipalpus oleae). Espolla, Spain.Yellow mite (Brachytydeux formosa) moving under a lemon tree leaf, on the left a juvenile olive mite (Brevipalpus oleae). Espolla, Spain.Yellow mite (Brachytydeux formosa) moving under a lemon tree leaf, on the left a juvenile olive mite (Brevipalpus oleae). Espolla, Spain.© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Yellow mite (Brachytydeux formosa) moving under a lemon tree

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Reverse twisted leaves of lemon tree, and folds under which colonies of mites develops. Municipality of Espolla, Spain.Reverse twisted leaves of lemon tree, and folds under which colonies of mites develops. Municipality of Espolla, Spain.Reverse twisted leaves of lemon tree, and folds under which colonies of mites develops. Municipality of Espolla, Spain.© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Reverse twisted leaves of lemon tree, and folds under which

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Red spider mite (Tetranychus urticae) under a mummy of a Pear Lace Bug (Stephanitis pyri). Note the many black spots due to insect bites and sooty mold.Red spider mite (Tetranychus urticae) under a mummy of a Pear Lace Bug (Stephanitis pyri). Note the many black spots due to insect bites and sooty mold.Red spider mite (Tetranychus urticae) under a mummy of a Pear Lace Bug (Stephanitis pyri). Note the many black spots due to insect bites and sooty mold.© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Red spider mite (Tetranychus urticae) under a mummy of a Pear

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Photomicrograph of tomato mite (Aculops lycopersici), length 120 μmPhotomicrograph of tomato mite (Aculops lycopersici), length 120 μmPhotomicrograph of tomato mite (Aculops lycopersici), length 120 μm© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Photomicrograph of tomato mite (Aculops lycopersici), length 120

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Numerous mites Eryophyide, grape erineum mite (Colomerus vitis) under a tomato leaf, vermiform body and having only 2 pairs of legs and very small (<2.5 mm). The affected tomato leaves dry out and fall after a week or two.Numerous mites Eryophyide, grape erineum mite (Colomerus vitis) under a tomato leaf, vermiform body and having only 2 pairs of legs and very small (<2.5 mm). The affected tomato leaves dry out and fall after a week or two.Numerous mites Eryophyide, grape erineum mite (Colomerus vitis) under a tomato leaf, vermiform body and having only 2 pairs of legs and very small (<2.5 mm). The affected tomato leaves dry out and fall after a week or two.© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Numerous mites Eryophyide, grape erineum mite (Colomerus vitis)

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Tomato mites (Aculops lycopersici) live in the hundreds under a tomato leaf. They are very small (<1.5 mm) and reproduce quickly because their life cycle is one week.Tomato mites (Aculops lycopersici) live in the hundreds under a tomato leaf. They are very small (<1.5 mm) and reproduce quickly because their life cycle is one week.Tomato mites (Aculops lycopersici) live in the hundreds under a tomato leaf. They are very small (<1.5 mm) and reproduce quickly because their life cycle is one week.© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Tomato mites (Aculops lycopersici) live in the hundreds under a

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Two Red spider mite (Tetranychus urticae)Two Red spider mite (Tetranychus urticae)Two Red spider mite (Tetranychus urticae)© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Two Red spider mite (Tetranychus urticae)

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Blisters of erinosis of the vine, the galls were opened to see the eggs of mites, Grape Erineum Mite (Colomerus vitis)Blisters of erinosis of the vine, the galls were opened to see the eggs of mites, Grape Erineum Mite (Colomerus vitis)Blisters of erinosis of the vine, the galls were opened to see the eggs of mites, Grape Erineum Mite (Colomerus vitis)© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Blisters of erinosis of the vine, the galls were opened to see

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Four Olive Mites (Brevipalpus oleae) in the furrows of the cuticle of a twig, Tarascon, Gard, FranceFour Olive Mites (Brevipalpus oleae) in the furrows of the cuticle of a twig, Tarascon, Gard, FranceFour Olive Mites (Brevipalpus oleae) in the furrows of the cuticle of a twig, Tarascon, Gard, France© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Four Olive Mites (Brevipalpus oleae) in the furrows of the

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Colony of mites under a lemon tree leaf, with many moults and some eggs.Colony of mites under a lemon tree leaf, with many moults and some eggs.Colony of mites under a lemon tree leaf, with many moults and some eggs.© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Colony of mites under a lemon tree leaf, with many moults and

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Tasks on the underside of a lemon tree leaf affected by mite bites. Note, the box is enlarged on another photograph.Tasks on the underside of a lemon tree leaf affected by mite bites. Note, the box is enlarged on another photograph.Tasks on the underside of a lemon tree leaf affected by mite bites. Note, the box is enlarged on another photograph.© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Tasks on the underside of a lemon tree leaf affected by mite

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Yellow mites (Lorryia formosa) harvested from an olive tree twig of Banyuls sur mer, France. On the right, a red mite (Brevipalpus oleae).Yellow mites (Lorryia formosa) harvested from an olive tree twig of Banyuls sur mer, France. On the right, a red mite (Brevipalpus oleae).Yellow mites (Lorryia formosa) harvested from an olive tree twig of Banyuls sur mer, France. On the right, a red mite (Brevipalpus oleae).© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Yellow mites (Lorryia formosa) harvested from an olive tree twig

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Olive Mite (Brevipalpus oleae), family Tenuipalpidae, at the bottom of a cuticle furrow of an olive twig, Length 300 μm, Espolla, SpainOlive Mite (Brevipalpus oleae), family Tenuipalpidae, at the bottom of a cuticle furrow of an olive twig, Length 300 μm, Espolla, SpainOlive Mite (Brevipalpus oleae), family Tenuipalpidae, at the bottom of a cuticle furrow of an olive twig, Length 300 μm, Espolla, Spain© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Olive Mite (Brevipalpus oleae), family Tenuipalpidae, at the

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Photomicrograph of mite (Brevipalpus oleae) caught on olive leaves, size 300 μm, Espolla, SpainPhotomicrograph of mite (Brevipalpus oleae) caught on olive leaves, size 300 μm, Espolla, SpainPhotomicrograph of mite (Brevipalpus oleae) caught on olive leaves, size 300 μm, Espolla, Spain© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Photomicrograph of mite (Brevipalpus oleae) caught on olive

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Colony of yellow mites (Brachytydeus formosa) and their many moults on the back of an olive leaf. Olivette Espolla, SpainColony of yellow mites (Brachytydeus formosa) and their many moults on the back of an olive leaf. Olivette Espolla, SpainColony of yellow mites (Brachytydeus formosa) and their many moults on the back of an olive leaf. Olivette Espolla, Spain© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Colony of yellow mites (Brachytydeus formosa) and their many

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Yellow mite (Brachytydeus formosa), caught on olive leaves in Espolla, SpainYellow mite (Brachytydeus formosa), caught on olive leaves in Espolla, SpainYellow mite (Brachytydeus formosa), caught on olive leaves in Espolla, Spain© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Yellow mite (Brachytydeus formosa), caught on olive leaves in

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Yellow mite (Lorryia formosa) under an olive leaf, Size: 320 μYellow mite (Lorryia formosa) under an olive leaf, Size: 320 μYellow mite (Lorryia formosa) under an olive leaf, Size: 320 μ© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Yellow mite (Lorryia formosa) under an olive leaf, Size: 320 μ

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Three colonies of yellow mites (Brachytydeus formosa) under this olive leaf, the most dangerous for olives.Three colonies of yellow mites (Brachytydeus formosa) under this olive leaf, the most dangerous for olives.Three colonies of yellow mites (Brachytydeus formosa) under this olive leaf, the most dangerous for olives.© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Three colonies of yellow mites (Brachytydeus formosa) under this

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Colony of yellow mites (Brachydydeus) on the back of an olive leaf, Espolla SpainColony of yellow mites (Brachydydeus) on the back of an olive leaf, Espolla SpainColony of yellow mites (Brachydydeus) on the back of an olive leaf, Espolla Spain© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Colony of yellow mites (Brachydydeus) on the back of an olive

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Blisters on grape leaves sign of the presence of mitesBlisters on grape leaves sign of the presence of mitesBlisters on grape leaves sign of the presence of mites© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Blisters on grape leaves sign of the presence of mites

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Erinosis or disease of the Grape Erineum Mite (Colomerus vitis), due to the presence of many microscopic mites. Their bites cause blisters and pilosity in which they feed and multiply during the summer.Erinosis or disease of the Grape Erineum Mite (Colomerus vitis), due to the presence of many microscopic mites. Their bites cause blisters and pilosity in which they feed and multiply during the summer.Erinosis or disease of the Grape Erineum Mite (Colomerus vitis), due to the presence of many microscopic mites. Their bites cause blisters and pilosity in which they feed and multiply during the summer.© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Erinosis or disease of the Grape Erineum Mite (Colomerus vitis),

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Clusters of dry flowers that have been parasitized by mites, Pélissane, Bouches du Rhône, FranceClusters of dry flowers that have been parasitized by mites, Pélissane, Bouches du Rhône, FranceClusters of dry flowers that have been parasitized by mites, Pélissane, Bouches du Rhône, France© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Clusters of dry flowers that have been parasitized by mites,

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Lemon tree leaves tormented by yellow mites (Brachytydeux formosa), municipality of Espolla, Spain.Lemon tree leaves tormented by yellow mites (Brachytydeux formosa), municipality of Espolla, Spain.Lemon tree leaves tormented by yellow mites (Brachytydeux formosa), municipality of Espolla, Spain.© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Significant attack of tomato leaves by mites (Aculops lycopersici), copper-colored stains are signs of the disease of "tanned acariosis of tomato".Significant attack of tomato leaves by mites (Aculops lycopersici), copper-colored stains are signs of the disease of "tanned acariosis of tomato".Significant attack of tomato leaves by mites (Aculops lycopersici), copper-colored stains are signs of the disease of "tanned acariosis of tomato".© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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