University Of Kentucky Bed Bug Study

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Similar research was conducted in 2010, 2011, and 2013. This summary highlights findings of the current study and refers to the earlier surveys when comparisons are instructive. The 2015 NPMA/University of Kentucky Bed Bug Survey: Executive Summary By Michael F. Potter, Ph.D., Jim Fredericks, Ph.D., and Missy Henriksen

LEXINGTON, Ky. (Feb. 16, 2010) − In a recent study, entomologists at the University of Kentucky College of Agriculture found the majority of bed bugs in the United States appear to have developed genetic mutations making them resistant to the most commonly used insecticides called pyrethroids.

Bed Bugs In a recent study, entomologists at the University of Kentucky College of Agriculture found the majority of bed bugs in the United States appear to have developed genetic mutations, making them resistant to the most commonly used insecticides called pyrethroids.

WHAT IS AN INSECT? There are over 1 million species of insects in the world, and over 10 thousand species in Kentucky. That's a bunch of different insects. But they all have a few things in common: all insects have 6 legs, 3 body parts (head, thorax, and abdomen), and 2 antennae.

Distinguishing bed bug bites from the bites of other arthropods such as mosquitoes, fleas, and spiders is difficult to impossible. People often confuse itching bed bug welts with mosquito bites. The only way you can really confirm bed bugs as the cause is to find the bugs or their signs in your bed or bedroom.

Where do bed bugs hide? - D.A.L. PEST CONTROL
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