Mites on a large cranefly:
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Mites on the back of a Noctuid moth. According to the article link below, this is the only family of mites on moths. "Mites From Noctuid Moths", Asher A. Treat, Journal of Lepidopterists Society, 1967, Vol 21, No 3, p169.
Many red mites, in association with that blue-green fungus, underneath the bark of a rotting log.
An observation of nearby similar fungus is at https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/3750416
Snout mite (Family Bdellidae). William O'Brien State Park, MN, USA.
Severe webbing on a watermelon plant, also on tomato and squash
Thicks parasitizing a Carpocaris sp
Acari (or Acarina) are a taxon of arachnids that contains mites and ticks. The diversity of the Acari is extraordinary and its fossil history goes back to at least the early Devonian period. As a result, acarologists (the people who study mites and ticks) have proposed a complex set of taxonomic ranks to classify mites. In most modern treatments, the Acari is considered a subclass of Arachnida and is composed of two or three superorders or...