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Arthropoda / Arachnida: Laelaps agilis w.m.

Prepared microscope slide: Arthropoda: Laelaps agilis whole mount.

L. agilis is bloodsucking ectoparasite mite commonly found in fur of mice, rats and sorex.

Carl Ludwig Koch a German arachnologist and entomologist, who classified a large number of spiders and mites, uncovered the genus Laelaps and the species L. agilis in 1836.

Phylum: Arthropoda / Class: Arachnida / Subclass: Acari / Order: Mesostigmata / Family: Laelapidae / Genus: Laelaps Koch, 1836 / Type species: Laelaps agilis Koch, 1836

Forensics Lab Supply Number 3862554.

Image is at 40x of the whole mount.

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This slide is placed here primarily so that everyone with an interest would be able to view it as though viewing through a microscope.

Image copyright held by Alan J. Pedersen.

Tags: whole mount = w.m. = w. m.; parasite

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This product was added to our catalog on Monday 15 October, 2012.
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