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What are Bed Bugs?

The adult insects have oval-shaped bodies with no wings. Prior to feeding, they are about 1/4 inch long and flat as paper. After feeding, they turn dark red and become bloated. Eggs are whitish, pear-shaped and about the size of a pinhead. Clusters of 10 to 50 eggs can be found in cracks and crevices. Bed bugs have a one-year life span during which a female can lay 200 to 400 eggs depending on food supply and temperature. Eggs hatch in about 10 days.