Common bag moth (Liothula omnivora) Common bag moth larva (Liothula omnivora) Common Blue Butterfly (Zizina otis labradus) Copper Butterfly (Lycaena salustius) Crane fly/Daddy long legs (Leptotarsus sp.) Cricket (Teleogryllus commodus) Daddy longlegs spider (Pholcus phalangioides) Damselfly (Suborder Zygoptera) Desjardin's beetle (Cryptamorpha desjardinsi)
The bed bug, Cimex lectularius, is a blood-sucking human parasite that is found worldwide. Bed bugs come from the insect family Cimicidae. The bed bug is oval shaped, flat, reddish brown, and up to 5 mm long. Immature bed bugs are smaller than adults and may be translucent to light yellow.
Bedbugs (or bed bugs) are small, oval, brownish insects that live on the blood of animals or humans. They often enter your home undetected in luggage, clothing, and used beds or couches.
Bed bugs are found throughout the world and are becoming more common in New Zealand, particularly where there is a large turnover of visitors; places such as backpackers, hotels and motels, but you are also at risk in your home.
Bed Bugs NZ How to Identify Bed Bugs Bites The presence of bites can also be an indication that bed bugs may be present. However, not everyone reacts and bite reactions vary between people. If you wake up with red itchy spots on your hands, shoulders, legs, or neck, there might be a Bed Bug […]
They are not that common in NZ. Did you go away somewhere? Just worth checking out as we thought we had them but it turned out to be fleas from a neighbors cat using our door mat as a scratching post. Fleas are also easier to get rid of.