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Pheromones

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  1. Gahhh

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    Posted 4 years ago
    Fri Jun 5 2015 9:02:02
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    The house has been inspected twice with no evidence of bed bugs. I am thinking of having a company set up pheromone lures to see if there are any bed bugs. I had bed bugs at my previous apartment and have had similar bites at the new place, although the bites seem to have dissipated recently. I moved to the new place March 30 of this year.

    Any thoughts, advice, etc are appreciated.

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    Posted 4 years ago
    Sat Jun 6 2015 11:58:28
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    Nothing?

  3. angelaspepper

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    Posted 4 years ago
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    I was getting bedbugs from my neighbors unit after they tried self-treatment. They were coming in thru the walls, under the baseboards. I used the bedbug beacon monitor in an unoccupied room to see if I could lure any out from the walls. I also used monitors under my bed legs to catch any that may be trying to get to me. The beacon caught a few along with the bed monitor. If you have a low level infestation and a lack-luster PCO like we did then they won't find any bugs so its best to monitor. You could also have carpet beatles, some people get a skin reaction to them which look like bites.


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