Bedbug Images: What Do Bed Bugs look like, & How to Find Bedbug Bites?

What Do Bed Bug Looks Like?

What do Bed bugs look like? Bed bugs are flat, brown, wingless and about 5 mm or one-fourth of an inch in size. They are shiny reddish-brown in color and have 6 legs. But while have a good serving of blood they appear dark brown. They are elliptical-shaped, about the size of an apple seed.

Adult bed bugs are coffee color and turn into reddish after feeding. Young bedbugs are called Nymphs, discard their skins five times before reaching in maturity. Each time of discarding skins they need a meal of blood.

Bedbug Images: What Do Bed Bugs & Bedbug bites look like? Where Do Bed Bugs Come From? (225)
Bedbug Images: What Do Bed Bugs & Bedbug bites look like? Where Do Bed Bugs Come From? (225)

Recently hatched bed bugs are colorless excluding after feedings. They can be seen with the human eyes, but they are smart enough to hide them fast before you observe them nicely.

Bedbugs are blood-sucking insects that may enter your homes unknowingly with a piece of luggage from your recent trip, or someone’s clothing who already infested. There are a lot of ways that bed bugs can infest your home. To remove bedbug infestation you can use bedbug spray available in any supermarket near to you. Also, you can buy it online from the link given at the end of this article.

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