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Common Bed Bugs

Bed bugs molt or shed their skin five times before becoming an adult. During their development they can range in size from the size of a poppy seed (1-2 millimeters) as nymphs to the size of an apple seed (3/16 inch) as adults. For more information:

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Taken on October 9, 2012