August 12, 2014 by Doug Moore
• Bite marks on the face, neck, arms, hands, or other parts of the body
• Delayed responses may occur anywhere from a week to three weeks after
• Bed bug exoskeletons after molting
• Bed bugs in the folds of furniture, fabrics, or cracks and crevices in bed room
• Bed bug droppings are extremely small and are commonly hard to see. The more prevalent the infestation or population the more clusters of feces that can be seen better with the naked eye.
• Rust colored or blood spots or fecal matter in the areas of bed bug hiding places
• Also the presence of a sweet musty odor
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