Most insects hatch from eggs, and bed bugs are no exception. Read on to learn more about some of the unique characteristics of bed bug eggs. It can be quite difficult to see bed bug eggs without a magnifying glass.
Bed Bugs Appearance and Life Cycle Knowing what to look for is the first step in identifying and controlling bed bugs. There are many bugs that look like bed bugs, so an accurate identification is a critical first step to avoid costly treatment for the wrong bug.
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bed bug egg biology. A female bed bug will lay 5 to 7 eggs/week, 1 or more eggs per day and 200-500 eggs over her lifetime. The eggs are small (1 mm, 1/32"), whitish in color and slightly pear shaped. Bed bug eggs are difficult to see without magnification or a flashlight and are about the size of a pin head or speck of dust.
Bed bug images: photos of bed bugs and evidence of their presence: eggs, fecal stains, and shed skins (cast skins) You can click many of the bed bug photos below and you will be taken to the flickr page. Click "all sizes" and then "large" to get the best view.
Baby, Adult, Egg, Skin Shed, etc - Bed Bugs: This image shows a few live adult Bed Bugs, the Nymph or baby Bed Bug, their eggs and a few skin sheds. The skin shed indicate that some Bed Bugs passed through developing stages in the area under inspection. The eggs indicate a future growth of Bed Bug population.