Answer: As bed bug sucks blood from our skin, its poop becomes red or reddish at first when it's wet. Later, this poop becomes dark brown or black after drying. Later, this poop becomes dark brown or black after drying.
Bugs Mistaken For Bed Bugs People can get really upset when they find out they have bed bugs. These pests live on blood they suck from humans and animals, and they can leave itchy welts where they've bitten someone. One woman even burned down her own home accidentally because she discovered an infestation.
F. BED BUG DROOPPINGS/POOP. Bed bug fecal matter is usually dark in color and made up of digested blood from their host. Bed bug feces are smooth to the touch unlike roach feces, which is much more granular in feel. The fecal matter is easy to spread and can quickly stain mattresses, drapes, sheets, furniture, sofas and chairs.
Mites do not visually appear the same as bed bugs, however, they are very small and their bites look very similar to that of bed bugs, although they are usually more painful. Mites will burrow under the skin and leave raised bumps where they have bitten.
Other signs include visual evidence in the form of actual bugs, molted skins, fecal spots (bed bug poop) or aggregations of all of these. Bed bugs are sometimes mistaken for ticks or cockroaches. They don't fly, but they can move fast.
The poop will soak into the sheets, so don't expect there to be physical droppings you can wipe off or vacuum up as you will with mice droppings. The bed bug poop will come in various spots around their locations; either feeding or sleeping areas. When you first see the poop,