Below is Tyrophagus sp. a forage mite. This mite infests and spoils food. It can cause allergies in humans, cats and dogs.
Below isHumerobates sp., a beetle mite. It is a soil-enriching mite.
Leptus beroni, the Red velvet mite (seen on the back of a harvestman above) is relatively large, soft, bright red, and has fine hair giving it the appearance of velvet. It has a body length of around 1 mm. The mite feeds on other mites, springtails, aphids etc. The larvae often use harvestmen to transport and disperse them to other suitable habitats.
|Merostomata (horseshoe crabs)|
|Pycnogona (sea spiders)|
|Arachnida solifugae (sun spiders, wind scorpions)|
|Arachnida palpigradi (microwhip scorpions)|
|Arachnida Uropygi (whip scorpions)|
|Arachnida Amblypygi (whip spiders)|
|Arachnida Schizomida, short-tailed whip scorpions|
|Arachnida mites, watermites|
|Arachnida opiliones, harvestmen|