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Showing 10 types of MITES

Cheese Mites

Latin Name: Tyrophagus sp.

The mite is found throughout the world and its origin is uncertain.

Chicken Mite

Latin Name: Dermanyssus gallinae

Due to its worldwide presence on so many different birds the origin of this species is likely unknown.

Chiggers

Latin Name: Trombicula sp.

Latin Family Name: Trombiculidae

Several species of chiggers are native to North America, most commonly encountered in the southern states of the U.S. and commonly throughout Latin America.

Clover Mite

Latin Name: Bryobia praetiosa

Latin Family Name: Tetranychidae

This is a native species of mite in North America.

Grain Mite

Latin Name: Acarus siro

It is found throughout the world and its origin is uncertain.

Northern Fowl Mite

Latin Name: Ornithonyssus sylviarum

The origin of this mite is likely to be unknown, as it is found throughout the world in temperate regions.

Straw Itch Mite

Latin Name: Pyemotes tritici

Unknown, as the mites are found throughout the world, transported in infested materials with trade and commerce for many centuries.

Tropical Rat Mite

Latin Name: Ornithonyssus bacoti

The origin of this mite is likely to be unknown, as it is found throughout the world in temperate regions.

Twospotted Spider Mite

Latin Name: Tetranychus urticae

While this mite was first described in Europe it is considered to be native to the temperate zones of the world, and now can be found in sub-tropical areas as well. It survives cold winters in northern climates by living in greenhouses.

Winter Grain Mite

Latin Name: Penthaleus major

Possibly native to North America.

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