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The Sterifab Guide to Mites

What are mites? Do they pose a threat? If you want to get rid of them, is it possible?

To answer these questions, and more, the insect experts at Sterifab created this easy-to-follow, comprehensive guide to mites.

Learn the most common species of mites, how to identify them and what risks they pose. Finally, read our step-by-step how to get rid of mites, if necessary.

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Our Guide to Mites

"There are between 3 and 5 million species of mites, and that is a very conservative number. Almost every beetle will have a mite. Almost every single plant has one to three mites. The soil has mites. The ocean has mites. Humans have mites. Every mammal has mites.”

-Ron Ochoa, U.S. Department of Agriculture-Systematic Entomology Laboratory

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The Bed Bug Blog

The editorial team at Sterifab has created dozens of articles about bugs and pests. From ticks and fleas to bed bugs and rodents, the Bed Bug Blog is filled with fresh content. The articles explain what different insects and bugs are, where they’re found and how to get rid of them if an infestation has taken hold.

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