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Squished bug? (photos)

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  1. dcgirl

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    Posted 2 weeks ago
    Fri Feb 8 2019 19:59:46
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    I came into my apartment from inside and took off my coat. Then after a few minutes, I felt like something dropped from my head to back. I looked on the couch and there was nothing there. I went to the mirror and could see something was on the back of my shirt. I took my shirt off and something strange was squished on the back. Below are 2 photos. Bed bug?

    https://imgur.com/a/1xcTZe5

    I checked the inside of my coat and couldn't find anything.

  2. bed-bugscouk

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    Posted 2 weeks ago
    Sat Feb 9 2019 3:46:10
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    Hi,

    Bedbugs don’t “break up” in that way when pressure is applied, it’s too large to be a nymph and wrong parts to be a juvenile.

    Hope that helps.

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    Posted 1 week ago
    Sat Feb 9 2019 17:33:11
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    There's really nothing in your pictures to suggest any insect.

    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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