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Bed bugs on a ruler.
One hatched and two unhatched eggs.
All stages after feeding.
Bed bugs on a pencil.
Eggs in a radio cover.
Eggs and nymphs.
Adult bed bug.
Adult bed bug on a ruler.
Bed bugs on a mattress corner.
Seam of the bed encasement.
Box spring support.
Infested foam pad.
Underside of an armrest of a sofa.
Underside of an alarm clock.
Toilet seat hinges.
Milk crate used to support a bed.
An interceptor under a bed leg.
Climbup interceptors under a sofa.
Two weeks after installation.
An adult bedbug and a first instar nymph in a Climbup interceptor.
Inverted cat feeder for catching bed bugs.
Bed bugs caught in an inverted cat feeder overnight.
Bites on neck.
Bites on leg.
One day after being bitten from bedbugs in a jar.
Three days after being bitten from bedbugs in a jar.
Five days after being bitten from bedbugs in a jar.
Arm, 8 months after being bitten.
Allergic reaction from bed bug bites.
Treating couch with steam.
Encasement and decluttering.
Applying insecticide dust to an outlet.
Excessive insecticide dust on the floor.
DDT treatment in 1940s.
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