No interactions present.
Certainly looks like Trombidium, but I don't know much about these mites and have never been sure whether there is more than one species that looks like this - can anyone shed more light on this?
Entomologist and biological recorder
It is time, Martin, that someone, anyone, got around to this.
Those few who have agreed to either Trombidium holosericeum or Eutrombidium rostratus need to speak up. Please!
I am about to post up a Red Mite and will ID it as E.rostratus. The Devil in me!
Lat/Lng: 51.1503, -2.7691
OS grid ref: ST463392