"Bed bug (4th instar larva, unfed) - about 1/5". Bed bug larvae (nymphs) look like small adults and there is no pupal stage between nymphs and adults. All stages of bed bugs, except eggs, bite to obtain the blood they need in order to grow. Bed bugs bite at night and hide during the day.
Here's a great picture of bed bugs, bed bug eggs, blood stains, and fecal matter near the seam of an infested mattress. Does your mattress look like this? 53. For the final bed bug picture, you can see what a bed bug egg looks like up close. Notice it is white and almost has a shine to it.
Bed bugs can grow to about 5mm in length, about the same size of an apple pip, and are reddish brown in colour. They are round in shape and really flat, but after having a blood feed, they swell
The Blobby, Dazzling World of Insect Eggs This cluster of baby bug marbles belongs to the shield bug. Bed bugs are a menace, but there are lawyers out there joining the fight.
Bed bug eggs are shiny and differ from slightly transparent to white. That's what do bed bug eggs look like. They are laid both in bed bug harborages and places far from them (female bed bugs often lay some eggs away from the main population).
Rusty or reddish stains on bed sheets or mattresses caused by bed bugs being crushed. Dark spots (about this size: •), which are bed bug excrement and may bleed on the fabric like a marker would. Eggs and eggshells, which are tiny (about 1mm) and pale yellow skins that nymphs shed as they grow larger. Live bed bugs. Where Bed Bugs Hide