Bedbug Facts (Part 1)
- Except for the egg, all stages of bedbugs, from nymphs to adults, feed on blood.
- Bedbug eggs can be about the same size as one stitch of sewn mattress fabric.
- Bedbug eggs are coated with a sticky substance; once deposited by the female, the eggs become glued in place to hidden areas, which can make them difficult to find and remove with a vacuum.
- Bedbugs must have a blood meal to molt or grow to the next stage of development.
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