Anatomy of bed bug

Vacation Traveler?s Guide to Bed Bugs

Posted on Jul 9,2010 | By admin

With spring break nearly here and summer vacation just around the corner, families are gearing up for vacation travel. Nobody minds bringing home a little sand in their shoes after an idyllic week lounging on the beach, but there's nothing that takes the joy out of a vacation like unpacking a few bed bugs along with the swimsuits. Opera singer Alison Trainer got bed bugs while staying at an upscale Phoenix hotel in 2007. She told ABC News that when she woke up in the middle of the night, "They were all over the bed and the comfor

The Bed Bug spread is a common one

Posted on Jul 6,2010 | By admin

The Bed Bug spread is a common one, as these tiny insects are understood to have traveled from their place of origin in the Asian continent to the entire globe. It is not unusual to find an infestation of Bed Bugs, but what is important is that we recognise where they live, how to find them and what to do about them. The female Bed Bug will produce eggs each day; as she can exist for extraordinary lengths of time – over a year – this results in a natural explosion of the Bed Bug population. The bed bug is active at night –

How To Control The Bed Bugs

Posted on Jul 4,2010 | By admin

Bed bugs are unlikely and unwanted housemates you might have currently. They can never be as gross and scary as other insects and pests like cockroaches, but they can be really annoying. Bed bugs are insects that thrive on small holes, cracks or crevices in walls and floors. Generally, bed bugs like to live in dark and untidy corners or portions of the house. Bed bugs suck blood. It is their primary means of making a living. Hence, they go out at night and suck blood from unsuspecting victims, who may be sleeping by that time. Be

Bed bugs are making a comeback nationwide and the pest control industry is seeking new technologies to combat the increasingly pesticide-resistant insects. Cutting-edge technologies at both ends of the temperature spectrum include Cryonite which uses a non-toxic carbon dioxide snow to instantly freeze and kill the noxious pests and giant infrared heaters that raise the temperature in a room and bake the bugs to death. The University of Minnesota is working on a trap that simulates a sleeping human, the bed bug's favorite meal. &#

Bed Bug Removal Not Easy

Posted on Jul 1,2010 | By admin

http;// Bed bugs are very small, only a quarter of an inch, fully grown. In the absence of human host, they dine human blood or animals. While they cannot fly, they do possess the ability to move quickly. These small but problematic creatures spread from their origin on the Asian continent to the rest of the world, making the bed bug problem a universal one. Identifying the signs of bed bugs - how to locate them - is almost as valuable as knowing what to do when you find them. to expedite

Bed Bug Invasion: Fact or Media Frenzy?

Posted on Jun 26,2010 | By admin

"Bed Bugs Invade America!" screamed the headline on a supermarket tabloid. "Tiny, Evil and Everywhere" shrieked the Washington Post. "Bloodthirsty Bedbugs Stage Comeback" thundered National Geographic News. Read the headlines and you get the impression that bed bugs have invaded our shores in force and are chomping their way down Main Street USA. Until five years ago bed bug reports were virtually non-existent in the U.S. Then the blood-sucking insects started cropping up in homes, apartments, hotels and college dorms acr

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Buyer Beware: Bed Bugs Can Squash Real Estate Deals

Posted on Jun 18,2010 | By admin

An ancient human scourge has returned to cause panic among home and property owners, home buyers and realtors. Bed bugs have invaded every state in the U.S. and reports of infestations have increased exponentially nationwide over the past few years. In a national survey of pest control companies conducted by noted bed bug authority Michael Potter for Pest Management Professional, Potter found, “A whopping 91% of respondents reported their organizations had encountered bed bug infestations in the past two years. Only 37% said th

If you're in the hospitality industry, this is one website you don't want to find yourself on. is a free public database that encourages people to report bed bug experiences, specifically at hotels. There's a quick reporting form for listing the hotel name and street address which is translated into a dot-covered map of the U.S. showing the locations of each reported infestation. A list of the hotels and other infestation sites is provided to warn travelers. What the site doesn't do is verify reports, nor does

Characteristics of Bed Bugs

Posted on Jun 16,2010 | By admin

What are bed bugs? Bed bugs are one of the most annoying pests around. You can imagine how film makers can make even these annoying insects the most lovable creatures, in the movies.So, pictures of bed bugs in today's magazines and textbooks aren't as loathing. Pictures of bed bugs and bed bug bites that you might see these days are just like pictures you might see roaches, ticks, ants, bees, and other kinds of insects. They are even humanized, characterized, or given physical attributes of humans. The True PictureExamining the b

Bed bugs are ruddy brown, tiny, flat and oval-shaped insect without wings which at night feast on human blood. Bed bugs are deemed to be night-time insects as they are mainly active at midnight. Bed bugs are dispersing very rapidly in houses, motels, inns, busses, taxis and railway stations. You now speculate as to how many eggs the bed bugs can lie as they are spreading very quickly Bed bugs are similar to other insects in that they reproduce very fast. And they lay many eggs too. You may now inquire, bed bugs lay how many eggs?

Bed Bugs Your Unlikely Room Mate

Posted on Jun 16,2010 | By admin

Have you ever feel like you were not alone in your room, although there is no one else there beside you? Have you ever experienced being alone in your room in the middle of the night, hence, you feel, and you are certain that there are other beings there with you? You are not about to read another scary story. Or if you think you will be reading perverted things here, no, you are wrong. You should check on your room, especially your bed. You may have unwanted room mates, or worse bed mates. Do not be scared. The unlikely being re

Bed Bug Dry Ice Trap

Posted on Jun 16,2010 | By admin In this episode Jeff will discuss the recent news on a simple and easy to make bed bug monitor created by Rutgers University to monitor for bed bugs. The Bed Bug Dry Ice Trap is an easy to create monitor for bed bugs that utilizes dry ice as the attractant that hungry bed bugs are attracted to. It is true that bed bugs are attracted to the monitor and this monitor can be the most effective that we currently have available to us, but there are some things you should be aware of if you do tr

Beware Hotels Mau Have Bed Bugs

Posted on Jun 16,2010 | By admin

Bed bugs have been eradicated on the soil of the United States right after World War I because of the widespread use of DDT (which is now banned for use). But bed bugs are making a comeback. And it may reach your own household if you checked-in in a bed bug infested motel or hotel. Hotel bed bugs are not uncommon. In fact, hotel and motels are the perfect place for hotel bed bugs transmission. Immigrants that had lived in a country and place with bed bugs infestation are suspected to be the people who brings back bed bugs in the