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Straggler? Please help!

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  1. MCD525

    Joined: Apr '17
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    Posted 1 year ago
    Mon Apr 17 2017 13:02:09

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    Hey all, need an opinion or two.

    Infestation was in October, treated and treated HARD. Bagging, encasement, vacuum, DE, etc. Had exterminator come twice within 2 weeks. Last month (March) I found one long dead , nothing since.

    Last night (April) I looked over to my wall as I was sitting on my bed to see a nymph crawling on the wall. There was absolutely no blood inside when killed, and was crawling pretty slowly.

    I inspected my bed and found absolutely no other trace of any bugs - droppings/dead/alive or otherwise. Could this be one random bastard that held on for dear life this far out from the treatment or could I be facing another infestation??

  2. mp7ski

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    Posted 1 year ago
    Mon Apr 17 2017 13:17:11

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    It could be a loner, possible, but more likely than not where there's one, there's more. You could sit back an monitor but if I were you, I'd at least have a pco out to inspect and see what they find/say. Another round of treatments may be necessary just to keep anything from getting out of hand. If I found a live bug this far out from the original treatment, I'd be taking some sort of action.

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