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bug/fecal ID please

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  1. elco1996

    Joined: Aug '19
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    Posted 2 months ago
    Thu Aug 22 2019 10:22:00

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    I have some bites on my leg, but not sure if they are BB related or not. I had a look around my room and found these marks under my bed in the box unit, I don't think they are fecal but would like to confirm first. Im not sure if the bites are maybe from something else, I was outside in the evening prior so maybe wasp or midget bite.

    I couldn't find any other evidence after extensive searching and just came across a few of these very tiny bugs, but don't think they are bb nymphs? I think book louse but would like to confirm from expert.

    Thank you for your help

  2. bed-bugscouk

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    Posted 1 month ago
    Mon Aug 26 2019 8:50:53

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    No that's no faecal its just the classic sign that you have neglected the cleaning of that area and might have a damp / humidity issue.

    Yes the sample is a book louse which might be related to the situation above.

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