It's very common to find tiny red bugs in a house. If you spot these little mysteries on windowsills and curtains, you aren't alone. These bugs, called clover mites, can be very annoying but they are harmless, although squashing creates another problem: the nasty red stains they leave behind.
If you have not been formally introduced, those tiny red bugs that you're finding in or around your home are most likely clover mites. As a mite, you may expect that these little creatures will climb on you and chew your skin, but that is not the case.
When a person observes a small bug crawling across their bed, because of bed bugs in the news, they automatically assume it is a bed bug. Well in many cases, it is, but in many cases, it isn't.
These tiny red bugs like to bask in warm, sunny places, so they crawl up the sides of buildings, usually on the south or west facing sides. Then, they'll look for hiding places, and crawl into the
Bed bugs are flattened, oval-shaped insects that hide during day and emerge at night to feed on warm-blooded animals. Human bed bug infestations are increasing in frequency in Texas, especially in apartments and hotels where residents come and go, and where the bugs can move from one unit to another.
Bat Bugs are very similar to bed bugs and are often found in places with bats or birds. Bugs should be sent to a professional for identification. If you think you have found a bed bug, try to catch it on a piece of tape or put it in a plastic bag, you can then have this bug identified by a pest management professional (exterminator) in your area.