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Trombidiidae

Distributed throughout the world. It looks inconspicuous and inconspicuous – a tick can hide behind a hair on a hand like you are behind a sequoia. You can easily pick up a Trombidiidae somewhere in nature: usually, they throw themselves at your feet, climb on your ankles, then become impudent and crawl under your clothes, getting closer to your body. When they reach the skin, they bite a hole in it, pour in a blood-thinning liquid there, and drink the resulting cocktail.

red velvet mite, true velvet mite, or rain bug

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