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EXPERT ID HELP PLEASE!!!

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  1. WhatAreThese

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    Posted 2 years ago
    Sat Oct 21 2017 3:56:15
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    Hello,

    I'm a university student who shares a kitchen with 3 other girls. One of my suite mate's kitchen cabinet had a sort of flour (not sure what kind) that attracted a few bugs. It must have been about 2 weeks since the problem started. Assuming it would fix itself, nobody really bothered getting expert help. Now the bug problem has multiplied to the point that these bugs (some fly while others simply crawl) have taken over our living area, kitchen, bathrooms and have now started their advance towards my room. As someone who has a phobia of small insects, I am unable to sleep in my own bed because I fear that they are bed bugs. Any and all advice and comments on dealing with these bugs will be much appreciated.

    I have included images of these bugs:

    http://i66.tinypic.com/23uymgl.jpg

    http://i64.tinypic.com/1znv9n5.jpg

  2. frightened

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    Posted 2 years ago
    Sat Oct 21 2017 4:31:02
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    They are not bedbugs 100%. Google bedbug images and you will see. I think they may be cockroaches or some other insect that is attracted by the food debris in your kitchen

  3. Mawiwala

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    Posted 2 years ago
    Sat Oct 21 2017 7:11:11
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    Those doesn't look like the common stored food pest kind of beetles. It is neither a cockroach nor a bed bug for sure.

    For a futther Id wait for Lou.


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