Pictures of Bed Bugs
Here’s collection of bed bugs pictures to help you identify these six-legged creatures and gain an insight on bed bug infestations. Words may fail to express intricate information clearly but bedbug pictures will surely help you develop extensive understanding.
Moreover, some of the pictures of bed bugs clearly show signs of bed bug infestation by showing close-up of white sheets with eggs, translucent nymphs, brownish bedbugs, and spots of blood stains and feces of these nasty parasitic insects.
Bed bugs are tiny, wingless creatures that feed on human blood. They hide in cracks and seams of walls, furniture, windows, door frames, inside cabinets, behind loose wallpapers, clocks, electrical outlets and of course on mattresses, box springs, baseboards etc.
Look at the following pictures of bed bugs to find out what do bed bugs look like.
Here’s a picture of bed bug nymphs and larvae.
The following image shows bed bug eggs even more clearly.
When these pesky pests suck blood, they become engorged with blood. The pictures of bed bug nymphs given below shall clarify this point beyond doubt.
In case you are interested in the finding out more about bedbugs in various stages of life then have a look at this image displaying life cycle of a bed bug.
Bed bug bites are usually similar to mosquito or other insect bites thereby making it difficult to ascertain bed bug infestation. The following pictures of bedbug bites may help you identify bedbug bites.
Given below are a few bed bug pictures showing signs of infestation.
Bed bug infestation on mattress
Bed bug infestation on furniture and other items.
Have a look at the following picture of bed bug infestation showing dark, tiny stains on bed frame.
In case of severe infestation, you are likely to find several of these parasitic insects clustered in an area.
Wondering what causes bed bugs? Well, these wingless creatures are primarily spread through international travel to places infested with bed bugs. Moreover, proximity to infested furniture also gives them opportunity to spread further.
Having seen all these awful images, it is not difficult to apprehend the agony of those suffering from bedbug problem.
Thus, when dealing with this disgusting problem, it is recommended to inspect your house thoroughly, reduce unnecessary clutter, vacuum clean the infested furniture, discard heavily infested objects (wrapped in plastic), use mattress encasements, bed bug control sprays, steam treatment etc.
Here are a few more pictures of bed bugs; the one just below illustrates how small these pests are.
Picture of a bed bug crawling on rice grains