BedBugs (Cimicidae)

BedBugs (Cimicidae)

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Bedbugs are a parasitic species that is best known for feeding on human blood! They are found all over the world, basically, wherever humans live. They are most active at night and usually feed on the host (YOU) without you noticing. Bed bugs may be a cause of skin rashes, acne-like symptoms, psychological effects, and allergic symptoms.

If you have them, you’ll probably know.

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Human with multiple bite reactions. Image courtesy Google images.

 

The bedbug life cycle is fairly straightforward, they molt 6 times before becoming sexually mature. If you see them in all stages in your home.. you may have an infestation.bedbug_cycle_240_250

Watch the video below in which a home is infested with bedbugs.

This video is not for the faint of heart and mind. Please do NOT watch if you are sensitive to radical grossness.

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