What are clover mites?
Clover mites are very tiny animals about the size a period on a typed page. They have a reddish-brown globe-shaped body with eight yellow legs. The first pair of legs are much longer than the others and are held out in front.
Clover mites are nuisance pests in Maryland when they enter houses. They do not bite, carry diseases, damage food, or household furnishings except by leaving a red stain if crushed. Populations can be higher some years than others.
This detailed guide will teach you about this pesky insect, including:
- Where do clover mites live?
- What are their habits?
- How can I keep them out of my house?
- How can I control them?
- Should I use pesticides?
This guide will teach you how to properly manage and detour clover mites. Don’t let this insect overrule your life; learn proper prevention methods today!