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  1. 1, 2... that's a little bit lighter, but it was still phoretic on the bees
  2. But, the other possible scenario is that these mites are simply phoretic mites, meaning mites
  3. While they are body latchers, the phoretic mites do not feed from the host insect's blood.
  4. The mites infecting the Golden Empire in the past, were these phoretic mites.
  5. phoretic mites are not as deadly as the blood-sucking mites, but they can still get dangerous for
  6. with all of these phoretic mites covering you.
  7. this Polyrhachis ant colony were also just phoretic mites, and that the ever lush El
  8. the deutonymph phoretic stage and fall off the ants.
  9. her opinion on whether or not these are phoretic mites.
  10. Why do we hope these mites are phoretic mites?
  11. life stage, mouthless and anus-less phoretic mites, not a lethal parasitic kind, who are
  12. I truly love how the Bobbleheads and Avista are developing, and other than a phoretic
  13. Perhaps these are the friendly phoretic mites, though, hoping to just hitch a ride to somewhere
  14. Why do we suspect that phoretic mites might be a seasonal thing?
  15. a phoretic mite clinging on, and her abdomen is indented.
  16. now wonder if phoretic mites are just as common a parasite as fleas or ticks on our large
  17. It meant the phoretic mites were loving El Dragon habitat, and falling off the ants,
  18. Why do we hope these mites are phoretic mites?
  19. Because phoretic mites do not suck insect blood.
  20. phoretic state, meaning the life stage where they go from beneficial mites that eat the