The most common way people discover they have bedbugs is when they wake up with bites. Sometime people detect other evidence like bedbugs feces, which look like tiny black specks, or blood stains from a bug that has just had a full meal. Bedbugs are normally active just before dawn. They are attracted by warmth and the presence of carbon dioxide. The bugbug injects its saliva, which contains anticoagulants and anesthetics, and then withdraws the blood of its host.
Bed Bugs are small, oval, reddish-brown insects about 6 mm long as adults. The cream coloured eggs (1mm in length) are cemented on rough surfaces of hiding places, and will hatch within around 10 days at room temperature.
The adult bed bugs can live for 6 months at normal room temperatures and much longer in colder climates. After mating, each female lays 2-3 eggs a day throughout her lifespan.
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Cimex lectularius or bed bugs are causing major problems around the world, all you need to do is search the web to see that new york is having a major problem with other city around the world are suffering the same faith . The spread of bed bugs can largely be attributed to the increase in international travel and to a decrease in the use of powerful products such as.
They are known as “bed bugs” because of their feeding habits, they will feed off you when you are asleep. Bed bugs find their hosts by the body heat and the carbon dioxide that the host exhale.
True or False : BedBugs are too small to see
False: Most people think bedbugs are the small mites that live in your bed that feed on dead skin cells, this is not true, bed bugs are small less than 1/4″ in size they are visible to the naked eye. Bed bugs are of the same size as that of apple pip. In fact, bed bugs resemble apple pip in colour and shape, however bed bugs are thinner.
True or False : Bed bugs only live in your bed
False: Bedbugs live on blood, this can be the blood of a human or your family pet. Bedbugs are nocturnal and like to be close to their next meal so the ideal place for them to hide is in your bedroom. However as an infestations become more severe, the bedbugs will be transported around your home, furniture in your living room is normally the next place that you will find activity.
True or False : Bed bugs only live in dirty homes
False: Bedbugs are not a sign of a dirty home, hotel, etc. Bedbugs don’t care if a room is clean or dirty, they will live anywhere they have access to a meal, this can be the blood of people or pets.
True or False : Bed bugs don’t transmit diseases to people
True: There is no documentation to suggest that bedbugs have the ability to transmit diseases to people. However bites for most people can lead to itching and sometimes allergic reactions but rarely is medical treatment is required or necessary.
True or False : A mattress protector will stop Bedbugs
False: A mattress protector will keep bedbugs out of your mattress (or trap them inside if they are already there), However bedbugs don’t just live on the mattress they hide in all sorts of places in and around the bed.