Bedbugs aren't built for jumping. They simply don't have the legs for it as fleas and grasshoppers do. Bedbugs don't have wings, either, so they can't fly. They can only crawl for locomotion, so moving from the floor to the bed requires them to climb up a leg of the bed, or to scale belongings or furniture you've placed nearby.
The bugs can't jump or fly but the can move quickly when on the hunt.
They are known for crawling up walls to the height of the ceiling and dropping onto beds or surrounding furniture. This situation may make it appear as if bed bugs can jump, though they are physically incapable of doing so. Bed bugs are blood-feeding insects that can hide anywhere in a home, including in beds.
Although bedbugs cannot fly or jump, they have been observed climbing a higher surface in order to then fall to a lower one, such as climbing a wall in order to fall onto a bed. Bedbugs are attracted by exhaled carbon dioxide and body heat, not by dirt, and they fed on blood, not waste.
Since bed bugs can't jump or fly, they have to use their gifted crawling ability to reach you in your bed at night. They can do this by climbing up one of many possible access points, such as your bedroom's walls, the legs of your bed frame, and any furniture or loose bedding that connects your bed to the floor.
I have bugs jumping in my bed. Are they bed bugs? How do I get rid of them? They look black and not brown and i try to touch one, but it jumps really far and fast. I don't know what kind of bugs these are, what they will do, or how to get rid of them. I also have bugs crawling on my wall mostly.