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bed bug fecal matter? pic attached [a: no]

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  1. ambfrk

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    Posted 3 years ago
    Thu Oct 23 2014 17:40:20
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    https://flic.kr/p/pv5dX4

    Is this bed bug fecal stains?

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    Thu Oct 23 2014 17:43:22
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    It is on a curtain...fyi.

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    Thu Oct 23 2014 18:10:55
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    Hi,

    No the color is the wrong density for bedbug faecal.

    Its possibly fly poo though.

    Hope that helps.

    David Cain
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    Yes...thank you so much! Do bed bugs leave little black spec like things that can be fliced off on curtains as poop?

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    Thu Oct 23 2014 18:40:18
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    Hi,

    This image shows confirmed BB faeces on curtains:

    Slide6 by bedbugscouk, on Flickr

    In this case the curtain material was non porous so the faeces sat in the "ball" configuration rather than soaking in.

    This is also an image from a heavy case where these signs illustrated the use of foggers in the location and the beds where literally covered in signs.

    David

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    Posted 3 years ago
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    Thank you.


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