Falsecolour scanning electron micrograph SEM of a nematode worm Nematoda investigating the back of a meal mite of the species Acarus siro The two animals are on a sample of peat The meal mite normally frequents granaries mills pantries where it is able to reproduce rapidly under optimal conditions It is also able to withstand poor environmental conditions by forming a resting stage which can survive for up to two years Nematodes occur in vast numbers they are freeliving marine freshwater soil creatures as well as plant animal parasites Some species are known Magnification x at xcm size x at mm size
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