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Need help to ID a couple of things. Bed Bug? Cast skins? Please help!

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  1. Eugk7

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    Posted 1 year ago
    Thu Dec 7 2017 20:03:43
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    Hello. We had a guest stay in our condo recently and he had multiple bites on his arms before he left. We found all of these under the bed today.

    The bug in the first 4 photos was dead. Not sure if this is a bed bug or not, please ID.

    https://imgur.com/8KJOgwU
    https://imgur.com/EDeVaQX
    https://imgur.com/HSGE7qN
    https://imgur.com/x0QGDeg

    Also, in the 4 photos below do any of these look like bed bug cast skins? Need to know if we should have the place treated for bed bugs by exterminator. Thank you!

    https://imgur.com/xMltTjy
    https://imgur.com/BRwEY1a
    https://imgur.com/epRKYb5
    https://imgur.com/dABWsGY

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    Posted 1 year ago
    Thu Dec 7 2017 20:20:52
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    I am not an expert, but looks like cockroach.
    Wait for Loubug to identify.

  3. loubugs

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    Posted 1 year ago
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    Eugk7 - 9 hours ago  » 
    Hello. We had a guest stay in our condo recently and he had multiple bites on his arms before he left. We found all of these under the bed today.
    The bug in the first 4 photos was dead. Not sure if this is a bed bug or not, please ID.
    Also, in the 4 photos below do any of these look like bed bug cast skins? Need to know if we should have the place treated for bed bugs by exterminator. Thank you!

    First pictures are of a silverfish, not cockroach. Last ones don't look insect-related; last 2 could be from a plant.

    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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