I recently saw something that looked like a bed bug but had wings and flew on the wall. ANSWER: They do not fly. You may have seen another small insect, but unless we have a sample we will not be able to help you identify it. If you need some help, call us, and ask for an inspection of your premises.
The bed bug will go through five nymph stages until they become a fully developed adult. Each a little larger in size and a little darker. As they make the transition from one nymph stage to the
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Nope. At least not today's bed bugs. Eons ago their ancestors could fly, but over time bed bugs evolved and they no longer need wings. Why fly (and risk getting seen) when you can live in secret