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PCO inspection done. Fecal ID needed.

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  1. Elephant88

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    Posted 1 month ago
    Sun Aug 18 2019 20:46:36
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    Hello. I have had a bed bug scare lately and the PCO came and didn't find anything on my bed, but I had also put a new encasement on 10 days prior. I haven't found any other stains, but found this dot on my pillow and when I touched it, it smeared. For context, I've had the passive monitors on since the inspection but I'm still scared I brought home the tropical kind that can get out of those.
    Anyway, can anyone tell me how likely it is to only find one spot?

    http://imgur.com/gallery/odfsqph

  2. bed-bugscouk

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    Mon Aug 19 2019 6:49:59
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    Hi,

    Not the clearest of focus but it appears too crimson coloured.

    Passive Monitors work with both tropical and temperate bedbugs , its pitfall based devices that they can climb out of if they are not designed correctly.

    Hope that helps.

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  3. Elephant88

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    Posted 1 month ago
    Mon Aug 19 2019 9:36:49
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    Thank you!


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