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Last one and I'll try to stop obssessing...Fecal ID [a: not bed bug fecal]

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  1. repulsedbybb

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    Posted 1 month ago
    Mon Mar 13 2017 13:08:27
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    Okay, I'm a teacher on spring break and started spring cleaning (Also been monitoring for BB)

    Found on the ceiling above the window near my bed........after someone looks at this and lets me know, I'll try to just enjoy the rest of my week off....

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    Mon Mar 13 2017 13:18:07
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    Hi,

    No the fine detail is wrong for it to be faecal. The way it sits on the surface as well as the colour.

    Thanks for posting multiple clear image, it always help.

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    Mon Mar 13 2017 13:21:19
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    Thank you, David!!!!! This house had a lot of different insects when I moved in so I'm assuming it could have been anything and could have been there a while. I appreciate your help!!

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    Mon Mar 13 2017 13:24:01
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    Also hopefully someone will PM you the details of the local insect faeces obsessed anonymous meeting , it certainly helps to occasionally get out.

    David

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    Mon Mar 13 2017 13:39:08
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    Lol....oh, I hold those meetings nightly at my house!!

    I'm gonna try and walk around this house with my eyes shut for the rest of this week so I can enjoy my time off. The monitors are clear so I guess I'll relax for a couple of days. Thanks again for your help!!

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    This is the problem with solo attempts at group therapy. You don't get to learn from others and you just end up going around in circles.

    Solution as you have found already. Monitor, take peace from the fact that they are clear and the only solution to dealing with the blemishes and dirt that is recently noticed is to use that energy to clean. I always feel so much better for having watched my cleaner clean for a few hours.

    David


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