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Lou - please would you be able to ID this?

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  1. PerpetuallyParanoid

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    Hi,

    Sorry for the second bug ID post in a short period but I found this and would be good to know if it's a bed bug or another type of bug.

    Not the best photos but they are here:
    Bug ID? https://imgur.com/a/U9POnJ4

    Thanks, eternally grateful for your expertise!

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    PerpetuallyParanoid - 1 minute ago  » 
    Hi,
    Sorry for the second bug ID post in a short period but I found this and would be good to know if it's a bed bug or another type of bug.
    Not the best photos but they are here:
    Bug ID?
    Thanks, eternally grateful for your expertise!

    Spider cephalothorax, no abdomen. Coxal bases present but rest of palps and legs are missing. Chelicerae are there.

    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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    Thank you so much for your help.

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    Hi Lou, would you be able to confirm is this a similar type of spider? This will sound ridiculous but it might even be the same one as I lost the debris earlier and just found this again but could be a different one.

    New photos here Further bug ID https://imgur.com/a/5n2zeCa

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    loubugs - 9 hours ago  » 

    PerpetuallyParanoid - 1 minute ago  » 
    Hi,
    Sorry for the second bug ID post in a short period but I found this and would be good to know if it's a bed bug or another type of bug.
    Not the best photos but they are here:
    Bug ID?
    Thanks, eternally grateful for your expertise!

    Spider cephalothorax, no abdomen. Coxal bases present but rest of palps and legs are missing. Chelicerae are there.

    Just wanted to get your view on the second set of pictures

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    PerpetuallyParanoid - 15 hours ago  » 
    Hi Lou, would you be able to confirm is this a similar type of spider? This will sound ridiculous but it might even be the same one as I lost the debris earlier and just found this again but could be a different one.
    New photos here Further bug ID https://imgur.com/a/5n2zeCa

    Same. I see you also posted these under a new post.

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    Apologies. I'm about to go on holiday so just urgently wanted to verify in case I need my parents to get a pest person in. Was not surs on the forum rules about putting new images in a thread. Thanks again.

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    PerpetuallyParanoid - 47 minutes ago  » 
    Apologies. I'm about to go on holiday so just urgently wanted to verify in case I need my parents to get a pest person in. Was not surs on the forum rules about putting new images in a thread. Thanks again.

    It's OK since the pictures are related to your post. Have a nice holiday.


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