Bed Bugs

Bed Bugs
Last NameCimex lectularius
Colorreddish-brown
Lengthup to 4 to 5 mm long or the size of an apple seed.

Bed Bugs

This common pest once associated with unhygienic surroundings is prevalent due to a number of reasons, including increased travel, the use of second-hand furniture, and suspected tolerance to some pesticides.

These bugs still occur with regularity, particularly in multi-occupancy buildings with rapid resident turnover, for example, hostels, hotels, holiday camps and blocks of flats. First things first, you need to be able to spot the little devils. Adult bedbugs are oval-shaped, up to 5/6mm long and can be dark yellow, red or brown.

They are expert hiders though, so you may need to look for clues rather than come across the bugs themselves
Signs you might have an infestation include tiny white eggs in the crevices of your mattress and furniture or blood spots on your sheets from squashing the bugs.

You may also find mottled shells that have been shed or tiny black spots on your mattress, which are their dried excrement.

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