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  1. onetimeusername

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    Posted 5 months ago
    Sun Apr 8 2018 19:42:49
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    Hello,
    I keep being stung by instects.
    I found this bug in my bathroom.
    Can you please help identify ?

    https://ibb.co/jH44Ux
    https://ibb.co/mxbJpx
    https://ibb.co/czZ4Ux
    https://ibb.co/mWLdpx

    Thanks

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    Posted 5 months ago
    Mon Apr 9 2018 9:05:07
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    Isopod, not something that would bite you.

    Killer of bed bugs for Homeless Empowerment Program
  3. onetimeusername

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    Posted 5 months ago
    Mon Apr 9 2018 9:19:13
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    Thanks a lot !

    That seems right !

    Although, this means, unfortunately, that I will probably be bitten again.

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    Posted 5 months ago
    Wed Apr 11 2018 17:14:39
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    I feel really stupid asking again.

    But could you help identify this:

    Thank you

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    Posted 5 months ago
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    onetimeusername - 16 seconds ago  » 
    I feel really stupid asking again.
    But could you help identify this:

    Thank you

    Here is the link : http://ibb.co/md4oSH

  6. loubugs

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    Posted 5 months ago
    Wed Apr 11 2018 17:33:45
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    onetimeusername - 17 minutes ago  » 

    onetimeusername - 16 seconds ago  » 
    I feel really stupid asking again.
    But could you help identify this:
    Thank you

    Image is too tiny to tell you exactly, but it's a small beetle, most likely what is called a plaster beetle, a member of the family Latridiidae. Moisture related insect.

    Professional entomologist/arachnologist. I consult on all matters dealing with insects and arachnids, including those of natural history and biology to pest management and forensic entomology investigations.
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    Posted 5 months ago
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    Again, it seems right. The beast was really small, I couldn't take a better picture, although I tried.

    Thanks a lot for you answer.


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