Bed Bug nymphs are smaller in size than the adults are, but are also visible to the naked eye. If you have bed bugs infesting a bed, you are very likely to see them if you turn or move your mattress around in the daytime, as they do not like daylight and if you disturb them they will move quite quickly to try to find somewhere dark again.
Yes. As nocturnal insects, bed bugs are most active at night. However, they will also move around during the day, and if they need to feed and a person is nearby, the bug is as likely to bite during the day as a night.
The common bedbug doesn't grow much longer than 0.2 inches (0.5 centimeters) and can be seen by the naked eye to the astute observer. Bedbugs get their name because they like to hide in bedding
YES. Though bed bugs prefer to come out only at night, to bite you in your bed while you sleep (generally in the small hours of the night), they WILL bite you at any time of day if they are hungry
If bugs have spread past a bed or single piece of furniture, it is best to seek the help of a pest-control professional. Effective control of this insect is extremely difficult, and an exterminator will have the training, chemicals and tools to ensure that the bugs are destroyed with no risk to pets or the human occupants of the dwelling.
Bed bugs are typically around 5-7 millimetres (0.20-0.28 in) long, with oval-shaped bodies and a reddish-brown hue. Younger pests may be lighter in color or even translucent if they haven't fed recently. While they are visible to the naked eye, bed bugs are exceptionally tiny, so you'll need to look closely in order to spot them.