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Pretty sure this is a flea, right?

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  1. martyAua

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    Wed Sep 11 2019 3:15:34
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    HI everyone, after a bedbug infestation today I found this in the children's bedroom. The kids and hubby had a few marks, some from Mosquitos but others were a bit different. And just the other day I got a duvet out of a vacuum sealed bag from last year (it had been washed at 60 degrees and then put in the drier at high temperature so I thought it was pretty safe to use).
    https://imgur.com/EVvqZ0r

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    Wed Sep 11 2019 3:19:53
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    Hi,

    No it’s a beetle.

    Hope that helps.

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    Fleas don't have long, filament-like antennae. Body too wide. This is a beetle.

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