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Found this in the lint trap of my dryer. [a: beetle abdomen rear end]

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  1. Thearchiej

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    Wed Jul 12 2017 19:29:43
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  2. bed-bugscouk

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    Hi,

    Its an insect part but not bed bugs. If you search for "headless ladybug" you will find this is a common one.

    Hope that helps.

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    It's a rear section of a beetle abdomen, though not necessarily that of a ladybug.

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