Where Do Bed Bugs Grow

Bed Bug Life Cycle: Eggs, Nymphs,& Adult Stages

Where Do Bed Bugs Grow

Posted by Brule Ami on Sunday, 1 December, 2019 14:44:33

On average female adult bed bugs will lay 1-5 eggs per day. They can be laid on almost any surface but are typically found in cracks or rough surfaces, especially around your mattress seams. They hatch within about a week. Over her lifetime, a female bed bug can lay up to 500 eggs.

How fast bed bugs grow? After hatching, new born bed bug will have 2 more life stages. First will be nymph and this stage has 5 instars in it. They will need a month in average to become an adult which has a body size more than 5 mm.

Bed bugs can be found behind electrical outlets and other wall plates. Inspect all areas closely and, if in doubt, contact a pest control service. If you find a bed bug stop inspection and begin control activity. Bed bugs will move from their hiding places once disturbed. All further inspections should be accompanied by control measures.

Because bedbugs hide in small crevices, they can hitch a ride into your home on luggage, pets, furniture, clothing, boxes, and other objects. Bedbugs are found worldwide, but are most common in developing countries. Once rare in North America, they may be on the rise due, in part, to increases in international travel.

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Because bed bugs do not fly, and do not move far from their mammalian blood supply (usually people) there spread is largely limited to 'hitching' a lift in luggage or other things moved from sleeping area to sleeping area. There is some chance, but a small one, that bed bugs moved into your back packs.