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  1. bed-bugscouk

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    Posted 5 years ago
    Fri Dec 27 2013 11:50:47
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    Hi,

    As many of the questions are about faecal traces I have created a specific gallery of faecal trace signs from my library of images and added some notes as well.

    http://www.bed-bugs.co.uk/bedbugslimitedbedbuggallery.html

    You can also access it via the FlickR link below in case you want to embed and ask a specific question.

    http://www.flickr.com/photos/bedbugsuk/sets/72157634967512613/

    I will be working on one for eggs in the next few weeks so keep an eye out for it.

    Hope it helps people.

    David Cain
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    Posted 5 years ago
    Sat Dec 28 2013 13:07:46
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    Thanks, David. Very helpful.

    The pictures of fecal on the ceiling surprises me. It looked like tall ceilings too, based on the location of the door.

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  3. AbsolutelyFreaking

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    Posted 5 years ago
    Sat Dec 28 2013 15:47:24
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    Yes David your fecal photographs are very detailed and informative! Just about everything anyone would ever want to know about bed bug fecal.

    I happened to be talking to a local PCO the other day and let him try my Bed Bug Blue out. He thought it was really cool. But then said he probably wouldn't need it because he knows what fecal looks like and that it's usually in "clusters." So I asked him "What about an early infestation where you might not find a "cluster" of fecal or for someone that doesn't have as much experience as you"? He agreed that it would definitely be useful in those situations!

    Again, very detailed and informative fecal photos David.

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    Posted 5 years ago
    Sat Dec 28 2013 16:51:38
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    One of the pictures had it more spread out. I also thought it was typically in clusters, and there should be shed skins and even live ones nearby. My understanding is it wouldn't be out in the middle of the room but mainly on the bed.


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