Pentatomoidea, commonly known as stink bugs or shield bugs, is referred to a super family of insects belonging to the Heteroptera suborder. In this suborder, the insects share common characteristics such as piercing mouthparts as well as a particular kind of wings, which are toughened at the base and membranous at the tips.
Although there are other nicknames, the most common/household name for the bed bug is actually 'bedbug' (believe it or not). If you mean the scientific name, the scientific name for the bed bug is
I had bed bug and I sprayed the crap put of every thing and baged up every thing and left it out I the hot summer heat of over a 100 degrees and sprayed again and still keeper every thing bagged up just before their breeding cycle came about and again the same period of time just before the breeding cycle would begin in case their were any
Bedbug definition is - a wingless bloodsucking hemipterous bug (Cimex lectularius) sometimes infesting houses and especially beds and feeding on human blood. a wingless bloodsucking hemipterous bug (Cimex lectularius) sometimes infesting houses and especially beds and feeding on human blood…
Roly poly bugs are known by a variety of names, including pill bug, sow bug and potato bug. The roly poly bug gets its name from its ability to roll up into a ball if it feels threatened. The bugs have a hard gray or brown shell, called an exoskeleton, seven pairs of legs and two pairs of antennae.
The two species of bed bugs (Insecta: Hemiptera: Cimicidae) usually implicated in human infestations are Cimex lectularius and C. hemipterus. Although rare, humans may become incidental hosts of Cimex species of bats and birds.