Bed Bug Facts: Shape & Sizes of Bedbugs, Where Bed Bugs Hide, When They Bite, Can They Fly?
Bed Bug Facts! We have many questions about bed bug: What are bed bug symptoms? Where do bed bugs bite? Where they hide? What size of bed bugs? what to do if you have bed bugs? Do bed bugs have wings? Can they fly? and finally How to know if you have bedbugs? Find here all the answers to the above questions. It’s necessary to recognize bedbugs at first to find them and treat them in a proper way and remove them effectively.
Bed Bug Facts!
Shape & Sizes of Bedbugs
Bedbugs are elliptical and brownish insects, very smaller as an apple seed in size, living on the blood of Humans and Animals. Adult bedbugs have plane bodies – enlarge their bodies after feeding and color become reddish. Read and learn more about Bed bug infestation, treatment, and extermination.
Can Bed Bugs fly or do bed bugs have wings?
Bed bugs can’t fly as they don’t have wings. But move very quickly over the floor and walls even in ceilings. Female bedbugs lay hundreds of eggs, the size of which is the small dot in its full life span.
Young bed bugs are called Nymphs, discard their skins five times until reach in maturity. And each time of discarding skins they need a meal of blood. In a favorable environment bed, bugs can fully develop within one month and generate new bugs 3 times per year. They are irritant but unable to spread diseases.