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Re: [IGSROBIN] red crawlers


Thanks for your suggestion. There are no webs I can see. They seem to
inhabit the crevices of the shrivelled surface areas. So far, it looks as
though the Isotox has cleaned up whatever they were. Now it remains to be
seen if the plant revives.

San Diego, California

"Perhaps your red crawlers are red spider mites, in which case a miticide
would be effective.  With red spider you often see very fine webs or strands
of webbing.

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