Adult Bed Bug

    An oblique-dorsal view of a bed bug nymph, Cimex lectularius, in the process of ingesting a blood meal from the arm of a “voluntary” human host. Bed bugs are most commonly spread by traveling. Their eggs are coated with a stick substance that clings to fabric and other materiels.

    Bedbug Adult Top Image

    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