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Bed bug nymph ? Identification help !! [a: bird mite]

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  1. Isaacjm

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    Is this bed bug nymph ? Because it pop out of nowhere and there is 10-15 of it on my bed image

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    Another picture for it .. Really need some help

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    Not a bed bug

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    F. Pazos - 10 minutes ago  » 
    Not a bed bug

    Thanks for the reply !! Oh luckily it's not bed bug. Have you seen this kind of bugs before ? How to get rid of it ?

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    Isaacjm - 3 hours ago  » 

    F. Pazos - 10 minutes ago  » 
    Not a bed bug

    Thanks for the reply !! Oh luckily it's not bed bug. Have you seen this kind of bugs before ? How to get rid of it ?

    It looks like a mite and possibly a parasitic one. Hard to see exactly what mite this is, but it does resemble certain of the nest associate mites. So are you aware of birds (such as pigeons) nesting or is there are rodent issue? Just trying to rule out certain conditions.

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    loubugs - 2 hours ago  » 

    Isaacjm - 3 hours ago  » 

    F. Pazos - 10 minutes ago  » 
    Not a bed bug

    Thanks for the reply !! Oh luckily it's not bed bug. Have you seen this kind of bugs before ? How to get rid of it ?

    It looks like a mite and possibly a parasitic one. Hard to see exactly what mite this is, but it does resemble certain of the nest associate mites. So are you aware of birds (such as pigeons) nesting or is there are rodent issue? Just trying to rule out certain conditions.

    There's no pigeon or rodent issues.. But I found it coming from window. And I just vacuumed and spray dettol on it. Oh , here there is a clearer image

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    loubugs - 2 hours ago  » 

    Isaacjm - 3 hours ago  » 

    F. Pazos - 10 minutes ago  » 
    Not a bed bug

    Thanks for the reply !! Oh luckily it's not bed bug. Have you seen this kind of bugs before ? How to get rid of it ?

    It looks like a mite and possibly a parasitic one. Hard to see exactly what mite this is, but it does resemble certain of the nest associate mites. So are you aware of birds (such as pigeons) nesting or is there are rodent issue? Just trying to rule out certain conditions.

    Here , a clearer picture I found it coming in from window. No there's no pigeon nest or rodent issues.

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    Hereis the clearer picture. I found it coming in from window and I apart dettol on it .. Hope it works.. There's no pigeon nest or rodent issue.

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    Hi,

    It appears to be a bird mite.

    If you have a look in the advanced educational section of my website you will see example images and an outline of the solution.

    Hope that helps.

    David Cain
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