Predatory Mites


We offer a wide range of predatory mites that target thrips, fungus gnats, and whiteflies.

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BioAndersoni (Amblyseius andersoni) is a predatory mite that feeds on small arthropod prey and pollen. Their primary targets are spider mites. Thrips are a secondary target of the BioAndersoni.
BioCalifornicus (Neoseiulus californicus) is an effective predatory mite of a wide array of pest mites. Their primary targets are spider mites. Thrips are a secondary target of the BioCalifornicus. 
BioCucumeris (Neoseiulus cucumeris) is a predatory mite widely used in the control of immature thrips (egg and larvae) as well as other species of mites. Thrips are the primary target of the BioCucumeris, and spider mites are a secondary target.
 
BioPersimilis (Phytoseiulus persimilis) is a predatory mite, proven outstanding, aggressive, and highly effective against spider mites. Spider mites are the primary target of the BioPersimilis.

BioStratiolaelaps (Stratiolaelaps scimitus) is a soil-dwelling predatory mite whose nymphs and adults feed on fungus gnat larva, thrips pupae and other small invertebrates. The primary targets are fungus gnats, thrips, and shore flies are the primary targets of the BioStratiolaelaps.
BioSwirski (Amblyseius swirskii) is an efficient predatory mite used for the control of young stages of the western flower thrips as well as the eggs and young nymphs of white flies. Spider mites are a secondary target of the BioSwirski.