A Brief Introduction On Bed Bugs

Bed bugs were once a common Public health pest worldwide, which declined in incidence through the mid 20th century. Recently however, bed bugs have undergone a dramatic resurgence and worldwide there are reports of increasing numbers of infestations. Australia has also been included in this trend and the Department of Medical Entomology,ICPMR, has been at the forefront of documenting this phenomena and providing information on the ecology and control of this important public health pest. It is a Manifest Declaration of War against Bed Bugs and how to deal with this super bug threat in an effective, efficient and results oriented way. The Bed Bug menace is an expanding problem which is growing at an infestation rate of 30% or more per year in many neighborhoods, cities, towns, boroughs and states. The main reason for this explosive growth in bed bug infestations is because currently it only beginning to be taken seriously, it is however still not being contained properly and this manual will also provide recommendations to reverse the growth of this problem – not just single Treatment. Bed bugs are tiny, wingless creatures that are scientifically labeled Cimex lectularius. They are very small that you can hardly look at them with your bare eye. Bed bugs are organisms that come from the world of insects. There are millions of species of insects, both small and large, and it is a wonder how each has its own noteworthy attribute or characteristics.
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