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Bed bug dropping ID. PLEASS HELP!

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  1. Yikes01

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    Posted 1 month ago
    Tue Dec 4 2018 16:04:59
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    http://imgur.com/cvIH6aH http://imgur.com/pRKPQDx

    These black dots keep appearing in the seams of my mattress shell. Could it be bed bug droppings??

  2. bed-bugscouk

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    Posted 1 month ago
    Tue Dec 4 2018 16:41:36
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    Hi,

    No they are too particulate in nature and more angular than is feasible with bed bug faecal material.

    These items were "placed" as a dry material as opposed to being a liquid that has dried. Bed bug faecal can only exist as a dried or drying spots that is partially absorbed into the material or as a spherical from if deposited on a hydrophobic surface.

    Hope that helps.

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