Almost every week someone sends me pictures of organisms or things they find on their bodies or in their clothing and bedding asking me to identify them. I can't. The best I can do is to report that it looks like other photos I've seen from others who are dealing with Morgellons.
In our Sunday support group, Doris shared a lab that she found which can identify the specific species of mites. The lab is at vetdna.com. I don't recommend that you run out and start sending them samples. If you need identification for the purpose of having your land lord treat your apartment, or to provide information to your doctor so he stops calling you delusional, then it's a great idea.
Remember, it's highly unlikely that they will identify Morgellons as the likely hood of the DNA having been identified is nil to none. Yet, they should be able to identify mites and maybe Collembola. To submit samples, you would need to call them and get the directions and specifications for collecting samples.
Regarding Collembola and other organisms such as carpet beetles. You might first contact your local exterminator. They can set out glue boards to capture the organisms. They should also be able to identify mites as well. But remember, even if they identify Collembola in your home, it doesn't mean that a doctor will believe that they are inhabiting your skin. Samples would actually have to be taken from your skin as the medical profession and every entomologist will swear that Collembola do not have the mouth parts that would allow them to exist or feed on your skin. And, if your recall from Chapter II of my book. finding a lab that could identify them from your skin is very very unlikely.
I thank Doris for sharing this valuable information. It can provide evidence for many who need third party confirmation for one reason or another.