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I know it's a BB [a: abdomen of young male bed bug or closely related species]

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  1. psychologically_messed_up

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    Posted 2 years ago
    Mon Aug 14 2017 16:39:52
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    Hadn't seen any live ones in 2 weeks, then saw and killed 2. I know one was female, could tell the other (too squished).

    Today, this was on my sons arm, which he thought was a beetle, and blew off to the floor. Is this a cast skin, or is this what happens when they go through DTE? I did sprinkle the floor all around where he had been sitting a week or so ago....

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    Posted 2 years ago
    Tue Aug 15 2017 5:04:42
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    Abdomen of male bed bug or close relative. Very young nymph, too.

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