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  1. Maybemaybe

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    Posted 2 months ago
    Mon Mar 11 2019 19:06:42
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  2. bed-bugscouk

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    Mon Mar 11 2019 20:15:51
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    Hi,

    They are neither.

    You may have to wait for Lou for an accurate species ID.

    Hope that helps.

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    Oh thank you thank you. Certainly would be interested in an ID so will be checking back. But honestly hearing it's not a bed bug is a weight of the shoulders.

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    They are silverfish!

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    rosiepickle - 6 hours ago  » 
    They are silverfish!

    Quite true

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