Bed Bug Picture
bug picture collection shows all stages of the bedbug life cycle from
egg, to nymph to adult. It takes approximately 4 months for a bed bug to move from egg to adult hood."
Bed bug Life cycle
Bed bugs move through 5 stages. They feed between each stage and
cannot move forward until they feed.
The diagram below depicts each bedbug life stage.
takes 4 months for a bedbug to move from egg to adult. Bed bugs
live approximately 10 months. Temparature plays a role in their
development with maximum growth at 68 degrees.
Bed Bug Eggs
Bed bug eggs are small white specs that are the size of the head of a pin.
A female bedbug will lay approximately 3 eggs every day.
The eggs will hatch in 2 weeks. Eggs adhere to the
placed where they are laid with a cement like substance.
Picture Bed Bug Eggs
Bed Bug Nymph Picture
A bed bug nymph is the first stage of development after hatching. A
nymph is light brown/straw colored and about the size of a small seed.
Picture Bed Bug Nymph
Picture of Bedbug Eggs,
Nymphs (light brown)
and Adults (reddish brown)
Adult BedBug Pictures
Adult bed bugs vary in size depending on if they just fed.
Adults are a dark reddish brownish color. A bed bug
before feeding is 1/4 inch.
Picture of Bedbugs Before
and After Feeding
Bed bugs are flat in appearance.
Side View Picture of Bed
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