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Common bed bugs

Identification

Size: Common bed bugs are typically about the size of an apple seed, approximately 5 – 7mm or 1/4 inch in length.
Color: Common bed bugs are a reddish-brown color and will darken after feeding on blood
Description: Common bed bugs are found throughout North America. They are oval-shaped, flattened insects and have six legs. They also have two antennae on their head and a number of small hairs. Common bed bugs can hide in cracks and crevices in furniture, bed frames, mattresses, walls, and other places where humans sleep. They are most active at night and feed primarily on human or animal blood.

BIRCH FUMIGATORS

est. 1900

Don't Let Bugs Get the Best of You

BIRCH FUMIGATORS

est. 1900

Don't Let Bugs Get the Best of You