allothrombium species, _standing_indian_mountain, _southern_nantahala_wilderness, _nantahala_national_forest, _clay_county, _north_carolina_2, I_AMC4267
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Velvet mites crawl slowly but are always moving. This makes them hard to photograph. Notice the almandine garnets on either side of this mite.
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title allothrombium species, standing indian mountain, southern nantahala wilderness, nantahala national forest, clay county, north carolina 2
date yyyymmdd hr:mn 2008:03:09 15:16:27
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