Finding bugs inside of your home is never a fun experience, but treating them will depend on which type of pest you have on your hands. Most commonly, small brown bugs can be found in various parts of the home from the kitchen to the garage, be they fleas, carpet beetles or bedbugs, among others.
Typical household bugs can vary greatly depending on where you live, but some of the most common house pests include ants, bed bugs, cockroaches, and flies, not to mention rodents. To determine what kind of pests you are dealing with, we recommend using our bug identifier above, as well as hiring a pest control professional.
Smart phone or tablet viewers will see a small white dot in the lower right hand corner of your screen after you select a thumbnail. Click on the dot and a brief description of the insect will appear. Desktop computer users will see this information when they click an image and roll-over it.
Nymph (immature) bed bugs are translucent in color. After feeding, a nymph will have a bright red translucent abdomen that will fade to brown and eventually black as it digests its meal. As nymphs mature into adults, they molt and become a darker brown. Adult bed bugs are a rusty red/brown color. Bed bug eggs are a light cream color.
If you're reading this article, then it's likely you have experienced (or are currently experiencing) a run in with bed bugs. To help you out, we've curated 53 of the best images and pictures of bed bugs I could find that showcase what a bed bug looks like so hopefully you can identify what it is that's pestering you.
Bed Bug Identification Guide Overview. Bed bugs are parasitic insects that feed on blood, thus attracting them to humans. Shape. Adult bed bugs have a flat, oval-shaped body, six legs each, two antennae, Color. Nymph (immature) bed bugs are translucent in color. Range. Bed bugs can be found