Bed bugs (Cimex lectularius) are around 3/16″ long. They are brown to reddish in color, and have broadly oval and flatted bodies. They are approximately the size and shape of an apple seed. Bed bugs will typically live in bedding, including box springs and headboards, and will come out to suck the blood of their host. Unfortunately, they are difficult to spot, and most people will experience bites before they are aware of the infestation. Contrary to what their name suggests, bed bugs can be found in a variety of hiding places, including chairs, couches, behind wall mounted art, in the carpet, etc. They hide from light during the day, but come out at night to feed on their hosts.
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