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Worm-like mite species discovered on Ohio State's campus
Date:2/28/2014

back 400 million years, when the environment throughout much of the world was arid.

"They're well adapted to living in extremely adverse environments which makes them extremophiles. They're also fascinating to look at, and are interesting for addressing ecological and evolutionary questions," he said. "Because of their small size, there is very little understanding of how mites interact with their environment or other organisms."

Bolton plans to further describe this mite's complex oral structure and hopes to identify specifically what it uses for food.


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Contact: Samuel Bolton
Samuel.Bolton77@googlemail.com
614-292-7180
Ohio State University
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