Bed Bug Bites. "Good night, sleep tight, don't let the bed bugs bite." This horrific nighttime creature is a member of the Hemiptera order of insects that feast solely on blood. Because of the way they mate, they multiply in size while breeding.
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.
If you have recently discovered some bite marks on your body and want to know what bed bugs look like, check out the photo below, which depcits bed bug bites: Ironically, immature bed bugs are often called 'nymphs' even though they are more like monsterous vampires.
Use the pictures below to help you identify bed bug bites and find out how to stop bed bugs below these pictures Below are images of bed bug bites.Please remember that many bug bites can look similar and if you're not sure what has bitten you and you are having negative effects from the bug bites, you should seek medical attention.
These are photos of bed bug bites submitted by Bedbugger readers or found on the bed bugs pool on flickr. Click photo to get to flickr, and choose "all sizes" to see larger photos. Bed bug bites look very different from one person to another.
Symptoms of Bed Bug Bites. Each victim's reaction to bed bug bites is unique. Some may have a slight reddening of the skin. Others may have a more severe reaction, causing a raised, itchy rash. A raised rash may obscure the individual bites, making it challenging to identify. Sometimes, bites and lesions can throb and become very painful for days after the bugs bit you.