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HELP! IDENTIFY!!!! [a: male bed bug]

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  1. Mamao16

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    Posted 2 years ago
    Sat Aug 13 2016 20:20:28
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    Please don't let this be what I think it is. I've had the infestation in the past and we FINALLY got rid of it. We moved onto an Army post and it looks like one but please ease my mind there are beetles here that look similar but I'm sure I know this is one ;((( [img]http://[/img]

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    Posted 2 years ago
    Sat Aug 13 2016 21:48:55
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    I'm not a pro..... but definitely wait for one to give you advice.

    Not a pro here. Call me Jon Snow...... for I know nothing, except what I've experienced.
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    Posted 2 years ago
    Sat Aug 13 2016 21:53:56
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    Here to add that we JUST moved into this home today, we left and pulled everything away from the walls and are staying somewhere as to not let the CO2 draw them out. Is it possible our things will become infested overnight if we go in early and move it all out?

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    Mamao16 - 9 hours ago  » 
    Here to add that we JUST moved into this home today, we left and pulled everything away from the walls and are staying somewhere as to not let the CO2 draw them out. Is it possible our things will become infested overnight if we go in early and move it all out?

    That's a male bed bug. You're on an army post? I'm sure they didn't treat when the previous people moved out. There might still be crawling bed bugs because they're not only pulled out from hiding because of CO2, but crawling is just something they do.

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