I’ve uploaded some photos of bed bug feeding. Remember the first instars are only 1 millimeter long so every part of body won’t be in focus at the same time during photo session. The series includes empty nymph to full one with different views and a rear view. Proboscis and stylets separate and shows labium bends backward out of way as stylets enter skin. Only seen in 2 frontal view shots of the series. Finger and bug demonstrate relative size of bug, now clearly visible, because it has just eaten (by L. Sorkin). Other images taken with a Microptics setup at Division of Invertebrates, AMNH, by L. Sorkin & R. Mercurio.