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Help IDing bug, is it bed bugs?

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  1. Observer83

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    Posted 2 years ago
    Fri Nov 25 2016 16:36:52
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    I have been getting small bites for a couple weeks, usually isolated sometimes in a gourd of 2-3. My girlfriend who shares a bed with me isn't getting them. Today I felt an irritation sensation and looked to find this small bug. I don't think it's a bed bug but wanted to make sure. If it isn't any ideas as to what it is?

    Thanks

  2. bed-bugscouk

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    Fri Nov 25 2016 19:31:10
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    Hi,

    Your correct its not a bed bug.

    The image looses the detail when you zoom in but it appears to be a mite and possibly a bird mite.

    They get discussed with reasonable frequency so a search of the forums will give you the answers.

    Hope that helps.

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    Fri Nov 25 2016 22:52:12
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    Definitely a mite, but can't say which it is from this picture.

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