Were we show you exactly how a bedbug, its eggs, fecal matter and caste skin looks. This is a valuable resource for those coping with a potential bedbug problem. In this video bedbugs were
Here are some common signs that bed bugs are (or have been) present: Rust-colored or reddish stains on mattresses. Dark spots (approximately the size of a pinhead) which "bleeds" onto fabric like a marker. Eggs or eggshells. Bed bug shells/casings. Alive and moving bed bugs.
Unhatched bedbug eggs are more difficult to see, as they look like a grain of salt stuck to a hard surface, but they too are visible to people with normal eyesight. However some people get confused
Look carefully in bed linen and the seams and tufts of mattresses and box springs for bugs or eggs. The eggs will look like tiny, pale poppy seeds. Signs of bedbug activity may occur beneath loose areas of wallpaper near beds, in the corner of desks and dressers, in the laundry, and in drawers.
Nymphs (young bed bugs) are semi-translucent. When they feed they fill with blood, making their belly a dark brown and sometimes causing a spotted pattern where the blood is visible inside their abdomen. Adult bed bugs will be either a light brown with a flat, oval belly if unfed or a deep brown/red color with an engorged belly if they have fed.
Find your way to better health. Bedbugs are parasites that can potentially spread disease. Once you find that you have bedbugs in your home, the next step is to find out where they are staying so that you can get rid of them.