Can a bed bug nymph ever be less than 1 mm?(2 posts)
I found a bug in my interceptor and it is less than 1 mm big. Under 100x magnification I can see that it is a bug, although I'm not sure if it is a bedbug or something else. Does anyone know if a bed bug nymph can ever be less than 1 mm? Also, will I always see antennae on a bedbug nymph? Thanks!
No BBs nymphs are 1-1.5 mm and have antennae. They look like a small transparent BB.
All ID can be done at 10-20X magnification for BBs.
Possibly a mite? Google up some images.
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