If you do have bed bugs you probably don’t even know that they are there, an adult is a reddish brown, broad and flat, and about 4 to 5 mm long. During the day they in bed lining and they will usually come out at night and feed on your blood. They have piercing mouthparts to get through your skin. It leaves itchy bites, some say some symptoms are ranging from sleepless to depression. They lay their eggs in crevices and they hatch in a few days. When they hatch they are called nymphs or miniature adults. Before they can become adults it takes 10 weeks and five skin molts.
Scientists have been trying to figure out ways to find out when there are bed bugs and how to get rid of them. There is a thing called desiccant dusts that will be sprinkled in infested areas and the bugs will start moving. The thing about bed bugs is the adults can live for several years if undisturbed.
Remember bed bugs can be anywhere weather you are rich or poor they don’t care.
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