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Bed bugs, about 75 species of Cimidae of the Hemiptera order, feed on the blood of humans and warm-blooded animals. The body is flat and wide, 4 to 5 mm long (less than 0.2 inches). Females are larger than males. They are reddish-brown, with reduced wings and scaly, with smelly glands and secretions with a special smell. Females lay more than 200 eggs in each breeding season, and breed 3 or more generations a year. Distributed worldwide, it emerges during the day and night, and cannot hide after sucking blood. It takes several days to digest the sucked blood.
Bed bugs are also called wood fleas, and they belong to the Insecta, Hemiptera, and Cinylidae. The development process of bed bugs is divided into three stages: egg, nymph, and adult. Bed bugs were also called bed bugs and ticks in ancient my country. Bed bugs have a pair of scent glands, which can secrete an abnormal smelly liquid. This kind of smelly liquid is used to defend against natural enemies and promote mating. Where the bug crawls, it leaves an unpleasant odor, hence the name bed bug.


Wood fleas, lice

Two names

Bed bugs, ticks










Bed bugs

distribution area

Worldwide distribution

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