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Can you ID this bug that is no bigger than a Trichome?


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This is from Fire-OG that was harvested, it has been re-vegging for about a month. I was looking at trichomes from a small bud still on the plant and this guy was chowing on an amber trichome. I need help ID-ing it. Thank you.:thanks: I got him on video, just added link below.

here he is crawling over trichomes.
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