Bed Bugs, Their Nests and Sizes by Mississauga Pest Control .ca

Adult Bed Bug in a Bed frame Hole

Adult Bed Bug in a Bed frame Hole

Above, you are see a factory drilled hole in a wooden bunk bed frame. There is a decent size adult bedbug resting inside the hole. There are several white shiny eggs to thr right of it. Also, you would notice black extruding markings which are the feces of the bedbugs. These black markings are the tell tale sign of bedbugs’ presence.

Bed Bugs Nest in a hole besides human thumb

Bed Bugs Nest in a hole besides human thumb.

Above, you are presented with the scene from a factory drilled hole in a wooden bunk bed frame. There is a human thumb besides for context of the dimensions. You see one adult bedbug, several younger bedbugs and many white shiny eggs. Also, you would notice black extruding markings which are the feces of the bedbugs. These black markings are the tell tale sign of bedbugs’ presence.

Baby Bed Bug in Box Spring Stitching Depressions

Baby Bed Bug in Box Spring Stitching Depressions.

Above, you see the lower side of a box spring. In the depressions of the stitchings you can barely see a black dot. It is a baby bedbug. Though it may be 6 to 7 times smaller than an adult, it would be just as much of a Pest. You can hardly tell which way the head might be ! For an experienced exterminator, these Pests have nowhere to hide.

A Bed Bug Nest - Babies and Eggs

A Bed Bug Nest – Babies and Eggs.

Above, you see a 90 degree ledge covered in dark sheet. This is where the box spring would rest in the bed frame. You clearly see a few Adult BedBugs and few nymphs (baby bed bug). With amazing clarity you see white shiny eggs against the dark backdrop ! The black shiny extruding feces are harder to notice. A human finger is pointing to the scene.

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