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ID NEEDED FREAKING OUT. IS THIS A BB NYMPH

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  1. dude

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    found a few of these walking around in my wooden dresser

    http://imgur.com/a/25TVPq0

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    Too small for a nymph and wrong body shape because it's a booklouse.

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    loubugs - 35 minutes ago  » 
    Too small for a nymph and wrong body shape because it's a booklouse.

    Hi Loubugs,

    Could you please have a loook at the picture? Not sure if this a skin of carpet beatl or bb, or something else. Thank you for your help in advance!
    https://imgur.com/gallery/7OrnE7O

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    thank you lou! you're life saver

    do booklous usually hide in dressers ?

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    dude - 13 hours ago  » 
    thank you lou! you're life saver
    do booklous usually hide in dressers ?

    Crawl around in many places. They are normally in areas with increased moisture.


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