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Sometimes it is convenient and desirable to grow healthy seedlings in sterilized soil in large test tubes plugged with cotton. The test tubes can also function as cages, and individual mites or eggs can be placed on the seedlings without danger of infestation with other mites or predators (Slykhuis, 1955). Because of their mobility and small size, difficulties arise in experiments that require repeated handling of individual mites. No efficient procedures have yet been reported for confining a mite on a specific area of a plant for any desired period of time, and then retrieving the same mite for further tests.