Generalist. Tolerates high heats. Performs well in crops with heavy trichomes.

Amblyseius andersoni mites are versatile predators with eight legs and a pear-shaped body that changes color depending on their diet. They thrive in various temperatures and humidity levels, making them ideal for controlling mite populations both indoors and outdoors. Being generalists, they prey on a range of pest mite species. Female mites lay round, transparent eggs beneath leaves, close to mite-infested areas. Under optimal conditions, these eggs hatch into larvae with three pairs of legs within 2-3 days. Through two nymphal stages, they gradually grow four pairs of legs and target increasingly larger immature pests until reaching adulthood. Adult mites live for about 30 days.