"Clover mites are among the smallest pests that frequent our homes. They’re about the size of the head of a pin, which is only 1/30th of an inch in length. They’re reddish brown and have eight legs, making them a member of the arachnid family. They move slowly, but they can invade homes in large numbers."
"To look at the tiny, red clover mite under a microscope, you would be certain that this was a prehistoric creature that could wreak havoc and devour any unsuspecting creature or spread diseases with a single bite. You would think that any sane person would frantically run from the scene when this red menace appears. If the clover mite were the size of a dinosaur, it would be as fearsome as…"