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Two Adult Bed Bugs Side by Side

Two adult bed bugs side by side, who have recently ingested blood from a human host. Females lay eggs already fertilized by a process known as traumatic insemination. Related articles in the Bed Bug Knowledge Center: Bed Bug Habits and HistoryBed Bug Phobia? Y...

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Anterior of Adult Bed Bug

Dorsal view of the anterior of an adult bed bug. Bed bugs have a waxy coating on their shells which helps them resist many commonly used pesticides.Related articles in the Bed Bug Knowledge Center: Bed Bug Habits and History Bed Bug Phobia? You’re Not Alone! Pr...

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Adult Bed Bug Crawling on Host

An oblique-dorsal view of an adult bed bug crawling on a human host.Bed bugs can travel a startling 200 feet in one day to reach a blood meal.Related articles in the Bed Bug Knowledge Center: Bed Bug Habits and History Bed Bug Phobia? You’re Not Alone! Protect...

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Bed Bug Nymph on Partridge Paper

An oblique-dorsal view of a bed bug nymph on partridge paper. Bed bugs are typically reddish brown when they reach mature adult stage. Bed bugs have no wings and are not able to fly.Related articles in the Bed Bug Knowledge Center: Bed Bug Habits and History Bed Bug P...

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Bed Bug ingesting blood - view 2

Lateral view of an adult bed bug, Cimex lectularius, in the process of ingesting a blood meal from the arm of a “voluntary” human host. Most bed bugs feed at least 3-5 times each night during their typical lifespan of 3-4 months. However, they can survive fo...

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Bed Bug Ingesting blood - view 3

Dorsal view of an adult bed bug, Cimex lectularius, in the process of ingesting a blood meal from the arm of a “voluntary” human host.Bed bugs can hide in many places, such as cracks in wooden floors, behind paintings or even inside electrical outlets.Relate...

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Bed Bug ingesting blood - view 1

Dorsal view of an adult bed bug ingesting blood from a human host.There are many treatments for bed bug infestations - everything from typical pesticides, heat and even extreme cold or cryogenic treatments.Related articles in the Bed Bug Knowledge Center: Bed Bug H...

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Adult bed Bug top view

Adult bed bug. Small infestations can rapidly multiply into a serious one in fairly short order. Related articles in the Bed Bug Knowledge Center: Bed Bug Habits and History Bed Bug Phobia? You’re Not Alone! Protect Your Bedroom from Bed Bugs

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Frontal View of Adult Bed Bug

Frontal view of an adult bed bug.Bed bugs were all but extinct until the banning of the pesticide known as DDT. Now, there have been steady and alarming increases in reported bed bug infestations globally.Related articles in the Bed Bug Knowledge Center: Bed Bug Ha...

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Bed Bug Ingesting meal from host

Dorsal view of an adult bed bug, Cimex lectularius, in the process of ingesting a blood meal from the arm of a “voluntary” human host. In certain cases, no significant bite marks will appear after bed bugs bite. But, in some cases, bites can be quite severe....

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