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European red mite immature (E. Beers) [ERMf1]

European red mite eggs in apple calyx (E. Beers) [ERMf2]

European red mite eggs in apple calyx (E. Beers) [ERMf3]

European red mite dispersal behavior (apple) (E. Beers) [ERMf4]

European red mite adult female (E. Beers) [ERMf5]

European red mite eggs in apple calyx (E. Beers) [ERMf10]

European red mite on Golden Delicious apple (E. Beers) [ERMf11]

European red mite on Golden Delicious apple (E. Beers) [ERMf12]

European red mite females (E. Beers) [ERMf18]

European red mite female (E. Beers) [ERMf19]

European red mite and pear psylla eggs (coll. E. Beers, March 1964) [ERMf20]

European red mite eggs (note stipe) (E. Beers) [ERMf21]

European red mite eggs overwintering on twig (E. Beers, March 1988) [ERMf22]

European red mite eggs overwintering on twig (coll. E. Beers, March 1965) [ERMf23]

Male European red mite tends a quiescent female (E. Beers, September 2011) [ERMf24]

Adult female European red mite (E. Beers, September 2011) [ERMf25]

Female European red mite with eggs (cherry) (E. Beers, September 2011) [ERMf26]

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