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Bug ID needed [a: sowbug (isopod) rear end]

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  1. Bneofw

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    Posted 1 week ago
    Fri Aug 11 2017 14:09:25
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    Hello,

    I found 2 bugs in my daughter's bed. Please tell me they are not bed bugs.
    [img]http://goo.gl/photos/pxNFjsZGzqkGuJ2b8 [/img]
    [img]https://goo.gl/photos/6zyVqYqCAY3KgYHj9 [/img]

    Thank you!

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    Posted 1 week ago
    Fri Aug 11 2017 14:21:41
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    Got any pictures or shall I guess?

    What whispers the whisker?
  3. Bneofw

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    Posted 1 week ago
    Fri Aug 11 2017 15:51:01
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    Hello. I'm sorry, I don't know how to link them correctly.

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    Fri Aug 11 2017 16:13:17
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    Fri Aug 11 2017 16:14:31
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    Not bed bugs!

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    Fri Aug 11 2017 16:17:10
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    Thank you so much. That is great news!

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    Fri Aug 11 2017 17:24:39
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    BigDummy - 1 hour ago  » 
    Not bed bugs!

    Looks like the rear section of an isopod. These are known as sowbugs and are not insects but land crustaceans. BTW, there are deep water isopods that approach 19 inches in length.

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