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  1. damnbugs14

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    Posted 2 months ago
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    Is this a bed bug or something else? I found it on my window blinds

    https://imgur.com/a/OBk3kGm

    https://imgur.com/a/OBk3kGm

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    Posted 2 months ago
    Mon Oct 29 2018 8:42:54
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    Please can some one help me identify this, I have had bed bug isues in the past. The bug was more tan looking in real life.

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    Posted 2 months ago
    Mon Oct 29 2018 8:52:02
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    I can see where you could be confused, but this is not a bed bug.

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    Posted 2 months ago
    Mon Oct 29 2018 9:24:10
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    BigDummy - 31 minutes ago  » 
    I can see where you could be confused, but this is not a bed bug.

    Thank you, that is a relief! So it could no even be the early form of a bed bug nymph then?

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    The body shape is not consistent with any stage of bed bug. The antennae are also quite different. It may be in the cimicid family, but Lou is probably the only person that could tell you what you're looking at.

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    damnbugs14 - 5 hours ago  » 

    BigDummy - 31 minutes ago  » 
    I can see where you could be confused, but this is not a bed bug.

    Thank you, that is a relief! So it could no even be the early form of a bed bug nymph then?

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