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The BedBug Life Cycle. Understanding the bedbug life cycle is vital if you want to get rid of bed bugs! Get quick facts about bed bug eggs, nymphs and adults; watch the video to see what they look like in real life; and learn what you need to know about all life stages to successfully identify and kill them.
Bed bugs usually come out to feed at night, but will also seek a meal in daylight if they're hungry. It can anywhere from 3 to 12 minutes for bed bugs to feed, and large nymphs or adults will often drop feces from earlier blood meals while feeding.
Rubbing Alcohol Yes, rubbing alcohol will kill at least most of your bed bug eggs, if it can contact them. Rub it on your legs and arms and the back of your neck before you sleep to deter bugs. Spray it on your mattress and box spring.
Pictures of nymphs. There are five nymph stages to the bed bug life cycle. At each stage of this gradual metamorphosis, a bed bug requires one blood meal in order to grow, shed its exoskeleton, and mature into an adult bed bug. Nymphs grow about half a millimeter with each feeding and subsequent morph.
Identify these bugs accurately, from egg to nymph to adult. Adults are about the size of an apple seed, brown and oval-shaped, and either flat or balloon-like depending on how recently fed. Nymphs are a bit smaller and translucent or whitish yellow.