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I have "mites" too, in my white worm cultures. They seem to thrive when it
gets a little warm and drop off when it cools. But they are always there.
My "mites" are small flies that have swept-back wings. They are definitely
affected by the temperature. Below 58 degrees or so I don't see them.
I also have daphnia cultures in my basement, and these "mites" also appear to
lay eggs in them, producing black mosquito-like larva that the fish relish.
My solution has been to ignore them and wait for cooler weather.