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  1. Helplessstudent

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    The bug I fould today on the ceiling, is that male bed bug? Or what the hell is that? Is that normal to find all kinds of bugs/spiders alive in my APT within a week after a heat treatment?
    http://imgsrc.baidu.com/forum/cp%3Dtieba%2C10%2C508%3Bap%3D%B3%F4%B3%E6%B0%C9%2C90%2C516/sign=ca1bff701838534398828f65fa76d21f/ed4e1bd8bc3eb135cccbbba7ae1ea8d3fd1f4466.jpg
    Are those blak spots caused by bed bugs? Those existed before I moved in. The PCO siad those weren't, but I thought he just try to cover the landlord, and try to get rid of me (for another heat treatment which might be free).
    http://imgsrc.baidu.com/forum/cp%3Dtieba%2C10%2C2416%3Bap%3D%B3%F4%B3%E6%B0%C9%2C90%2C2424/sign=8ab0802d4290f60310fd94035077d17a/749cbe3eb13533fa82b99f32a0d3fd1f41345b66.jpg
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    Could all those just be mold?

    Are the following eggs? On my seat cushion?
    http://imgsrc.baidu.com/forum/cp%3Dtieba%2C10%2C3232%3Bap%3D%B3%F4%B3%E6%B0%C9%2C90%2C3240/sign=b263c1358e18367ab9c477994716e9b5/dc7131fa828ba61eaae1c4334934970a304e5966.jpg
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  2. Nobugsonme

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    Posted 3 years ago
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    These links don't work for me. Try imgur.com or flickr.com.

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  3. Helplessstudent

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    Nobugsonme - 1 hour ago  » 
    These links don't work for me. Try imgur.com or flickr.com.

    Here're my reuploads:

    The bug I fould today on the ceiling, is that male bed bug? Or what the hell is that? Is that normal to find all kinds of bugs/spiders alive in my APT within a week after a heat treatment?
    http://imgur.com/A5K3a0B

    Are those blak spots caused by bed bugs? Those existed before I moved in. The PCO siad those weren't, but I thought he just try to cover the landlord, and try to get rid of me (for another heat treatment which might be free).
    http://imgur.com/45QGVUb
    http://imgur.com/3Ky3Ena
    http://imgur.com/oNcG2jG
    http://imgur.com/nHJ77vz
    Could all those just be mold?

    Are the following eggs? On my seat cushion?
    http://imgur.com/nCScoYg
    http://imgur.com/FpE7v9N

    BB found the night right after the heat treatment: Did they looked been hurted seriously, and would die soon? And was the right one a adult female which could breed?
    http://imgur.com/M6sECg3
    http://imgur.com/gxoSv6L
    http://imgur.com/8uA7c8F
    Also I haven't seen any bits or live bugs after that first night, and I have slept with high light in my bedroom, and keep the mattress away from the wall, is that really means those bugs are gone? THX!

    BB found before the heat treatment/inspection: (Just in case you need more info)
    http://imgur.com/PnteX7E
    http://imgur.com/JTS1h6F

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    Posted 3 years ago
    Mon Jul 4 2016 12:28:48
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    First photo isn't bedbug related. Black marks/stains don't look bedbug related.

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  5. Helplessstudent

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    jim danca - 2 hours ago  » 
    First photo isn't bedbug related. Black marks/stains don't look bedbug related.

    OMG! I just caught a real bed bug in the bathroom! I'm going to tell landlord tomorrow , and I'm going to move no matter how it will cost, would somebody give me advice how to prevent carrying BB to new place?

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    Posted 3 years ago
    Mon Jul 4 2016 23:57:06
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    Why not post a photo of the bed bug?

    The only way to be sure you don't move bed bugs is to treat everything you're moving. If funds permit, this can be done in a heated trailer or with Vikane gas (soulfully fluoride) in a truck or pod.

    Treating items piecemeal with DDVP strips or heat is possible but a lot more trouble and it may be difficult or impossible to treat furniture that way. More on options here: http://Bedbugger.com/usefultools

  7. loubugs

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    Helplessstudent - 18 hours ago  » 

    jim danca - 2 hours ago  » 
    First photo isn't bedbug related. Black marks/stains don't look bedbug related.

    OMG! I just caught a real bed bug in the bathroom! I'm going to tell landlord tomorrow , and I'm going to move no matter how it will cost, would somebody give me advice how to prevent carrying BB to new place?

    Don't react hastily. Moving won't help, especially if you don't take care of a possible infestation that could be in some belongings. You will just move the bugs to a new home. From posted pictures: There are some bed bug nymphs that have fed. Didn't see any adult bed bugs.

    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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