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ID Needed: Is this a bedbug?

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  1. FreakedOutRenter

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    Posted 1 year ago
    Wed Apr 25 2018 0:12:41
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    I found this dead in a spider's web. You can shine a light through it and it looks a little clear compared to how dark the picture is showing. I recently moved to a new place and have gotten a couple of tiny tiny bites that almost get a head similar to a pimple. Also, I've noticed specs that look a lot like fly poop. However, I've seen no skins or eggs.
    http://i1160.photobucket.com/albums/q48

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    Posted 1 year ago
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  3. FreakedOutRenter

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    Also, zoom in on this photo. I found this in a web also. http://i1160.photobucket.com/albums/q487/Renter20/20180423_212339_zpsqpgrizlj.jpg

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    One picture has too much glare. Difficult to say on the other photo, but it does look like a bed bug nymph. Photobucket is hard to work with.

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    These pictures are very hard to see, I honestly can't tell. If you still have them, and you can't get a better picture, toss them in a ziplock bag and ask a local pest control company to take a look at them. (make sure it's one that deals with bedbugs) I wouldn't ask them if it's a bedbug, just ask if they know what it is. I'd be a lot more comfortable with the answer if it's not just a yes or no question.


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