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Fecal ID [a: not bed bug fecal]

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  1. mp7ski

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    Posted 3 months ago
    Sun Apr 16 2017 21:49:43
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    Just curious if this is fecal staining. I've washed the sheet since it appeared, thanks in advance.

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    Posted 3 months ago
    Mon Apr 17 2017 10:27:55
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    Hi,

    Too diffuse and nothing like the example images.

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