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Bedbugs need blood meal to complete their life cycle and reproductive purposes.

Bed bugs may hide in cracks and cracks, wardrobes and so on...

Replacing mattresses does not guarantee complete removal!

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Life cycle of bedbugs

egg

Elliptical and white

It takes about 6 to 10 days for eggs to hatch into nymphs.

Nymph

At this stage, the shape of the nymph is similar to its adult form, but smaller and usually yellow-white.

Before being transferred to adult bedbugs, nymphs must undergo five stages of molting

Adult

Bedbugs are not necessarily fed only at night. They also eat during the day, depending on the competition for food or the time of human activity.

Bedbugs can survive and remain active at temperatures as low as 7 C (46 F), but they die when their body temperature reaches 45 C (113 F).

Signs of bedbug infection

Bedbug bite

However, bedbug bites may not be the best indicator of bedbug infestation. For other insect bites or rashes, bedbug bites are easily mistaken. Some people may not respond to bedbug bites.

Bedbug excrement

Black dung is the most common sign of fecal deposits. Because the spots are digestive blood, they are black or dark brown. When deposited on a substrate such as paper or fabric, it absorbs liquids before drying, similar to die points.

You know what?

Bed bugs are not just on mattresses, they can also hide in cracks and crevices, wardrobes and so on...

Replacing mattresses does not guarantee complete removal!