Clover mites feed by sucking sap from various plants. They feed on clover, lawn and other grasses, various trees, ornamental plants and shrubs, but do not cause much damage.
Not an important vector of human disease. These mites are so tiny, they readily invade homes by entering through cracks around windows, doorways and other entry points. Clover mites do not damage buildings and furnishings, nor do they injure humans and pets.