Amblyseius andersoni: polyphagous predatory mite

What is Amblyseius andersoni?

  • Known under different names: Typhlodromus (Amblyseius) potentillae or Amblyseius (Euseius) andersoni 
  • Polyphagous predatory mite
  • Omnivorous
  • Feeds on all sorts of harmful mites such as spider mites, gall mites and russet mites
  • Also feeds on thrips, pollen, honeydew and fungi

What are the benefits of Amblyseius andersoni?

  • Effective at cold and higher temperatures
  • Can survive in absence of prey

In which crops is Amblyseius andersoni effective?

  • Ornamental crops
  • Fruit crops
  • Several tree species

Want to know more? Please contact your Biobest advisor for tailored advice.


Biobest supplies Andersoni-Breeding-System in sachets with food for the predatory mite. This causes them to multiply in the sachets, ensuring a continuous walking out of the predatory mites over multiple weeks.


Packaging: 250 sachets/box

Contents: 250 predatory mites/sachet

Carrier: bran with factitious prey

Walking out: approx 2.000 predatory mites over a 6 week period



Local regulations may impose restrictions on the use of this product. Contact your authorities or contact your Biobest consultant.
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