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The attack of the subsocial spider mite Schizotetranychus nanjingensis Ma & Yuan against its specific predator, Typhlodromus bambusae Ehara, was examined in the laboratory. Males of Schizotetranychus nanjingensis began to pursue the intruder soon after the larva or protonymph of T. bambusae was in the nest. When in contact, these males captured the predator and repeatedly pushed themselves against it. When predatory larvae were introduced into nests with one male spider mite, three quarter ofdoi:10.11158/saasp.9.1.2 fatcat:o7v7ap5lbnc3zjy5uh2adwldgi