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  1. BedBugsInPhx

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    Posted 1 month ago
    Wed Aug 21 2019 12:09:21
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    Have been bed bug free for 10 months. Found this on the wall a foot from my bed. I've been having spider issues lately too so I'm hoping something more along those lines. Not the clearest but I'll try to get better ones later today.

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  2. BigDummy

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    Posted 1 month ago
    Wed Aug 21 2019 12:17:32
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    Nothing bed bug related.

  3. BedBugsInPhx

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    Sadly the sample is getting worse (squished) as it goes on. It's 2.5mm in width which makes me think it's too big for a nymph. Plus, in all the photos I've seen of bed bugs I've never seen black joints on the legs.

    I hate bugs, but this past year has had me researching bugs I've found in the house (spiders, mites, etc) to where it's becoming a hobby. I'm still terrified of bugs. Figure that one out.

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    BedBugsInPhx - 1 day ago  » 
    Sadly the sample is getting worse (squished) as it goes on. It's 2.5mm in width which makes me think it's too big for a nymph. Plus, in all the photos I've seen of bed bugs I've never seen black joints on the legs.
    I hate bugs, but this past year has had me researching bugs I've found in the house (spiders, mites, etc) to where it's becoming a hobby. I'm still terrified of bugs. Figure that one out.

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