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I currently only have Leucs. I've kept aurotaenia, auratus, bicolor and imitator in the past
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mites, tiny tiny tiny mites. I had to look at the "dust" under a microscope to figure out what it is. If you scrape some off onto a white piece of paper and stare at it under a bright light, you will see them move very slowly.
 

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mites, tiny tiny tiny mites. I had to look at the "dust" under a microscope to figure out what it is. If you scrape some off onto a white piece of paper and stare at it under a bright light, you will see them move very slowly.
That was exactly my thought.

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