Beetles. They're the most common insect in the world -- and probably in your home. Carpet beetles are known to nosh on dried foods in your pantry, like flour, corn meal, and cereal. They like to hang out in: wool clothes in storage, the carpet, lint, cracks, and corners of closets and drawers.
There are three main types of bed bugs found in Europe and America. According to the CDC or Centre for Disease Control And Prevention, bed bugs belong to the family known as Heteroptera Cimicidae. They include sub types such as Cimex Lectularis, Cimex Hemipterus and LeptoCimex Boueti.
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How to get rid of bed bugs - the signs that say you have them, and how to prevent them. Bites, blood spots on the bed sheets, black spots on the mattress these are all signs of a bed bug
Types of Bed Bugs. Barn swallow bugs resemble bed bugs as well. Although barn swallow bugs feed primarily on cliff swallows and live in swallow nests, they have been known to enter human dwellings when bird migration occurs. It is important to accurately identify bed bugs before beginning treatment of an infestation.
Bed bug bites are caused primarily by two species of insects of the Cimex type: Cimex lectularius (the common bed bug) and Cimex hemipterus. Their size ranges between 1 and 7 mm. They spread by crawling between nearby locations or by being carried within personal items.