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I.D please possible fecal matter [a: not bed bug-related]

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  1. katie12

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    Posted 2 months ago
    Wed Aug 9 2017 5:08:40
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    Hi
    Found this on edges of mattress the other day, doesn't smear, isn't water soluble but has to be picked off. Pulled bed apart and seen clearish spider like thing, didn't look like bed bug nymph I have seen online but it ran away before I could catch it. Slightly freaking out about this as I co sleep with my baby. Nether of us have bites but I have read not everyone reacts. Thanks for looking

    Katie

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    Posted 2 months ago
    Wed Aug 9 2017 6:03:37
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    Hi,

    You need to update you image hosting account details as the settings maker the images blocked to all third parties at the second.

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    Posted 2 months ago
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    http://imgur.com/AOj7knN

    Does this work?

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    Wed Aug 9 2017 6:53:12
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    Hi,

    Yes and too particulate to be bed bug. You are looking for something that is deposited as liquid rather than as solids.

    A little more time with the FAQs and reference images.

    David

  5. katie12

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    Posted 2 months ago
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    Many thanks for your help, do you reckon it's just debris? I will post again if I find anything else

    Thanks again David x


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