Could this be the culprit of those painful needle like "bites?" This could also be a collembola/spring tail, but that stinger looks very ominous to me. I have found dead collembola before, and the "spring" tail, has always been smaller, curved, and not so stiff looking. Notice that there are six short front legs, and there is one long one on the left side of the body, that seems to be laying flat up against the side of the body - could this be what is helping them "hop" ? that flick like sensation - like they are hopping on you and off you. Could also explain their ability to fling themselves into the air, and float onto someone quite far away. Just for size reference - the nail like looking thing is an old hat-pin, and is not much thicker than a normal needle. Post your thought. : )
STRANGE BUG! Insect Perching, Pinching Bug w/ Feather Antlers, Morgellons, GNA, Transhumanism
Dr. Bowes discusses skin mites as a cause of a frequent facial condition similar to Rosacea.
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