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  1. RMK

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    Posted 5 days ago
    Wed Aug 8 2018 22:12:12
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    Hi, My bed and mattress were stored in a fairly airy place for a few months while some construction was going on in my house. When I put them back I can see very very tiny bugs crawling around. They can make small jumps. I changed the mattress and sprayed bug spray all over the bed and vacuumed it and tho they're not as many as before, they're still there. No big bites so far. Please help me identify what this is. Thank you.

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    Posted 5 days ago
    Wed Aug 8 2018 23:11:48
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    Definitely nothing bed bug related.

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    Thu Aug 9 2018 1:01:38
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    BigDummy - 1 hour ago  » 
    Definitely nothing bed bug related.

    Thank you! I'm so relieved

  4. loubugs

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    Thu Aug 9 2018 4:16:43
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    Hexapod, but not insect. Class Collembola. Springtail. Must be a moisture issue.

    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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