Edderkoppdyr: Oppiella nova.

Oppiella nova is one of the most common oribatid species in Norway, and world-wide. It is found abundantly in different nature types, and most often in the soil. Its body size varies depending on the environmental conditions. It eats only fungi and reproduces parthenogenetically, females are produced from unfertilized eggs.

Oppiella nova (Oudemans, 1902)
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