What are Bedbugs? Bed bugs are flat, brown, wingless and about 5 mm or one fourth of an inch in size. They are shiny reddish-brown in color, and have 6 legs. But while have a good serving of blood they appear dark brown. They are elliptical-shaped, about the size of an apple seed. Adult bed bugs are coffee color and turn into reddish after feeding. Young bedbugs are called Nymphs, discard their skins five times before reaching in maturity. Each time of discarding skins they need a meal of blood. What Do Bed Bug Looks Like? Or What is the size and shape of bed bug? Recently hatched bed bugs Recently hatched bed bugs are colorless excluding after feedings. They … Continue reading 125. What Do Bed Bug Looks Like? Where Do Bed Bugs Come From?
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