Honeybee mite


Honeybee mite. Colored scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of three honeybee mites, Varroa destructor, on the surface of a bee, Apis sp. The mite is a parasite of the bee, and occurs from Mid-Europe to southeast Asia. Mites are related to ticks and spiders, having four pairs of legs.

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