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New book on bedbugs out

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  1. bed-bugscouk

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    Posted 6 years ago
    Fri Nov 1 2013 13:01:28

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    Although not currently available in the US or Ca I wanted to post to let some of you know about a new book on bedbugs that has recently come out.

    Its called "Do You Have Bed Bugs" by Stephen Doggett one of the worlds foremost medical entomologists who is increasingly dedicated to bedbugs. He has been the driving force behind the international codes of best practice adopted by most of the world.

    Its not really aimed at the public as it focuses on identification using some of the most detailed images I have ever seen and is not written to help you deal with an infestation.

    More details can be seen on the link below:

    I have found it to be a useful tool in showing Hoteliers and pest controllers what to look for using the clear images.

    It may be worth requesting that your local library obtain a copy.

    David Cain
    Bed Bugs Limited

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  2. endless_nightmare

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    Posted 6 years ago
    Fri Nov 1 2013 20:58:25

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    I'll get the McGill Library to order it, they usually get those things faster than the regular libraries in Montreal

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  3. Nobugsonme

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    Posted 6 years ago
    Sat Nov 2 2013 0:51:41

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    Thanks, David! Looking forward to reading it.

    Everyone who isn't familiar, do also check out Stephen Doggett's latest Bed Bug Code of Practice. (If you lose this link, it's in the Resources page under Comprehensive Guides.)

    I started and run the site but am "not an expert."

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