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[ID] Dried up bed bugs?

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  1. confusedcanadain

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    Posted 1 year ago
    Thu Dec 7 2017 13:33:38
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    I don't think these are bed bugs but I'm really not sure what they are, I've found probably close to 10 of them so far, this is by far the largest cluster yet. All have been found dried up.

    https://imgur.com/a/1NaVQ

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    Posted 1 year ago
    Thu Dec 7 2017 14:13:10
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    Woodlice/isopod. Nothing to worry about.

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    confusedcanadain - 48 minutes ago  » 
    I don't think these are bed bugs but I'm really not sure what they are, I've found probably close to 10 of them so far, this is by far the largest cluster yet. All have been found dried up.
    https://imgur.com/a/1NaVQ

    As mawiwala stated, these are isopods/woodlice. Just look at these and compare to bed bugs. Lots of legs on woodlice.

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