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How to kill bed bug eggs. This question is concerned withthe danger yet to come. If therewas a positive answer to such a question then there might have been noproblemlike it exists now. In fact there would have been no bed bug species.
Bed bugs belong to the orderHemiptera. Othersthat belong to this order are scaled creatures, aphids and cicadas. Bed bugs are true bugs.Hemipterahave mouths with beaks capable of piercing tissue and sucking blood. This beak is also used for piercing the female abdomen and ejaculating into the body cavity.
Female lays one to five eggs per day after male genital pierces the female during mating. Over 10 months, one female can produce up to 200 eggs. Female Bedbugs lay 1 to 12 eggs per day. Eggs get adhere to the substrateby means of asticky substrate coating on them. They are white and 1/32 inch long.
They deposit these eggs in protected places such as crevices, cracks or near the hosts sleeping quarters. Most commonly eggs are placed inside a box spring, on themattress, in the coils of a bed, behind peeling wallpaper, near the rugs edge, in closets and baseboards. Bed bug eggs can be found at similar places to where bed bugs are present. The favorite place to nestleis in the seams of fabric. They can be foundin various places. You have to make use of a stiff brush to dislodge the eggs.
The hatching of eggs largely depends on temperature. They do not need their mother bug around to hatch. They hatch in round about two weeks. Not allinsecticides and other chemicalsare capable of killing the eggs. Alcohol is also one of thosechemicalswhich are not capable of killing bed bugs eggs.Bed bugs eggs arehard to detect. Somehave the appearance ofrice while others of sesame seeds.
How to kill bed bug eggs?
Naturehas solution forevery problem. According to natural food chain there are several predators which feed on bed bugs. These predators are cone nosed insects, American cockroaches, spiders and pharaoh. But our research system is still far from discovering a biological control.
Scientific researchis still going on to develop such a control methodto kill bed bugs at the egg stageto restrict the danger ahead wih no solution to date.Untilsuch a timem, questions such as how to kill bed bug eggs will persist, or you can go for the above mentioned techniques.
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Post date: July 12th, 2014
Am I at Risk for Infestation?
Found worldwide, bedbugs are most common in developing countries. Still, reports of bedbugs in luxury hotels are not uncommon. They are most commonly found in areas like hostels, hotels, shelters, and apartment complexes where there are many visitors coming and going. When they enter your home, it's often because they have hidden in luggage, furniture, clothing, or boxes that are being moved. They can also travel on pets' fur. Increases in international travel may be responsible for the rise in bedbug sightings.
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Post date: June 25th, 2014
Bed bugs are making their way out of cities and into the suburbs. Would you know how to spot signs of bed bugs?
Bed bugs the words alone can make your skin crawl. Once only associated with motels, bed bugs of late have been infiltrating residence halls, movie theaters and suburban homes.
According to Peter Correale, Pequannock Township health officer, bed bugs have had a resurgence in the United States in the past five years. Scientists are attributing this increase to more international travel and less effective bed bug pesticides.
Bed bugs are small (about a quarter inch long) insects that are nocturnal and brownish in color. They also have a diamond shaped back. Their eggs are tiny, white and seemingly "glued" to the surfaces they are attached to.
Bed bugs have a tendency to accumulate near mattress seams and box springs, among the folds in sheets, in piles of clothes stored under beds and in any holes within a bed frame or near a bed. The bugs fecal matter appears as black or rust colored spots on sheets and mattresses. An infestation of bed bugs will bring with it an offensive, sweet and musty odor.
They are parasites that nourish themselves with the blood of sleeping people and animals. The bites are reddish, inflamed bumps that itch and look similar to mosquito bites. Although irritating, bed bugs are not known to transmit disease. Bed bug bites can be treated with antiseptic or antibiotic creams to reduce and prevent infection.
Preventing bed bugs from infiltrating ones home can be as simple as taking precautions. Change and wash bed linens often. Pull the bed frame from the wall and tuck in sheets so the bugs cant crawl up to the mattress.
Vacuum in places where bed bugs can congregate, such as under the bed, and eliminate clutter and clothing piles where bed bugs can hide. Mattresses and box springs can be encased in special bags that will kill off any bed bugs that are trapped inside.
When traveling, take the time to inspect hotel room mattresses, box springs and luggage racks. Wash everything upon your return home before placing it in your dresser. If laundering is not going to be done right away, seal all items in plastic bags until they can be washed. Check suitcases with a flashlight before putting them back in storage to make sure no bed bugs have made the trip.
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Post date: June 25th, 2014
KANSAS CITY, MO (KCTV) -
The health department has seen a jump in the number of calls coming in concerning nasty bed bugs so, for the first time, they are offering a special class to help homeowners battle the bugs.
"All they eat is human blood," said Michael Swoyer with the Kansas City, MO, Health Department. "That's all they eat, that's all they want."
Swoyer is on a mission to help families squash the problem for good.
"No matter how clean you are, no matter how wealthy you are, anybody can get bed bugs because they just hitch hike in on what people are wearing or what people are carrying," Swoyer said.
He says it's alarming just how quickly one bed bug can multiply.
"She goes off and hides, and so that's why the one that crawls into your backpack or purse could very well be a pregnant female and she's got 500 fertilized eggs inside of her," Swoyer said.
He believes education is the best tool to combat the growing problem, so he came up with an idea to offer families a free class about prevention and information about what to do to get your house ready for a professional if you spot critters.
"There's a lot of prep work involved with any type of pest management. Clutter is an issue, sanitation is an issue. If all that is cleared up beforehand, then companies can do their job that much quicker and get out of there that much quicker," Swoyer said.
After completing the two-hour class, the homeowner will get a coupon for a discount they can use with several pest control companies. It's being done in an effort to stop the blood-sucking vampires that are lurking in your sheets.
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Post date: June 22nd, 2014
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The worst has happened: youve got bed bugs. There are good methods (though expensive!) to control bed bugs in and on furniture and luggage, and you can wash clothing and bedding. But what about all your STUFF?
Toys, photos, your iPhone, and your favorite bedside lamp?Anything with small nooks and crannies can harbor a bed bug, including keyboards, computers, books, and CD cases. If you bag up your books and personal keepsakes, treat for bed bugs, and then put your stuff back without any additional treatment, you can re-infest your living space. Adult bed bugs can live for over a year without feeding. Thats a really long time to keep all the random detritus of your house in bags.
The only treatment for bagged bug-infested stuff is to put no-pest strips in the bag, and leave the bags sealed for at least 2 weeks. However, dichlorvos, the main ingredient, is toxic enough that the CDC recently issued a safety advisory. Dichlorvos also smells terrible, and makes many people nauseous.
Bug Wars: A New Hope Last week I got a press release about a new product that might solve the problem of treating your potentially-contaminated stuff including electronics. Its called Proof and derived from the neem tree (Azadirachta indica), an evergreen that produces smelly compounds that deter insect feeding. Neem oil is sold as a topical spray to kill bed bugs (trade name Cirkil).The new procedure is called Rag in A Bag; you spray 40 milliliters (3 tbsp) of the neem oil solution onto a washcloth, and then toss that in a plastic bag containing the items to be fumigated. Wait a week, and the bugs are all dead.
Sounds awesome, but is it legit? Bed bug control products are a HUGE market, and there is a lot of bogus stuff for sale that wont kill anything but your wallet. Two years ago, several bed bug spray manufacturers were cited by the Federal Trade Commission for making fraudulent claims about the effectiveness of their herbal products. Bed Bug Foggers are known to be ineffective against bed bugs, but you can still find them on store shelves everywhere.
Im normally quite skeptical about new products claiming to control bed bugs, but the PR email I got contained the name of an entomologist I recognized Dr. Dini Miller, author of many useful publications on bed bugs, and well-known urban entomologist. I called up Miller to get the scoop on how she tested the new protocol.Her lab has bed bugs in culture, so she was able to test bed bugs known to be highly resistant to conventional pesticides. (Disclosure: Miller did not receive salary or stipend compensation from the pesticide manufacturer, but did get reimbursed for equipment expenses.)
Miller put groups of 10 nymphs (immatures), 10 adults, and over 90 bed bug eggs in with common household items: electronics,stuffed toys, picture frames,shoes, purses, andbooks.When I asked how she tested the computer items, Dr. Miller said, and this is a direct quote: We wrapped up bed bugs in pantyhose and put them in a disk drive.
How to put bed bugs in your computer, the scientific way. Image: Shannon Lentz
Dont worry, thats normal. Pantyhose is a critical tool in the entomological research armamentarium. Its cheap, its flexible, its resistant to puncture, and most insects are too big to crawl through the pores of the fabric. Its perfect for making cages to hold small bugs.
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Post date: June 15th, 2014
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The summer is a time of warm weather and vacation that everyone loves; people visit the beach, go on cruises, fly to other states or continents and visit a variety of travel destinations. Summer time is a great season though there are still numerous reasons to take extra safety percussion's when going away.
Since the winter and spring were cold and long, bed bugs have been hiding out in sofas and mattresses, planting eggs and wait for the warmer weather to arrive. Now that the summer is here bed bugs are finally showing themselves and they could be coming in large numbers. Plenty of pests, including bed bugs, will be coming around now that the weather is warm and nicer.
A bed bug is a parasite that was mainly carried by birds and dogs. When a bed bug bites you, it sucks a tiny portion of your blood but end up leaving itchy red rashes on your body. They like to nest in warm places such as homes and often stay hidden in the creases of beds or sofas. Bed Bugs got their name from the fact that they mostly being found in beds.
Bed bugs have become a serious pest problem all around the world. They can travel to many different places by using your clothing or luggage as transportation. These insects can infest a building very quickly if someone carries them in. People do not know when they carry bed bugs in since they are about the size of an apple seed, which makes them very hard to see. No matter where you stay, it is recommended to check the reviews of the place, people will usually share and report if they have noticed a bed bug infestation.
In early May, an elementary school in south New Jersey sent kids home with a letter warning parents of bed bugs in the school. No one knows who tracked in the bed bugs but the staff has found some bed bug eggshells. Even though there was only a few bed bugs found, the school brought in a pest control professional to handle the situation. Since the early discovery, the bed bug problem was handled promptly and they were unable to find any more bed bugs occurrences in that school.
With the summer arriving quickly you should always be on the lookout for bed bugs. No matter whether you stay at home or travel this summer, check your surroundings of where you are to make sure that you will not be the next person to deliver bed bugs with you.
ALCO Pest Removal provides bed bug removal in New Jersey since 1995. They have been successfully removing bed bugs in residential and commercial setups. Bed bugs can become your problem this summer, so take extra precautions where ever you may go. The summer should be a joyous time so make sure to have fun, but yet, stay cautious of bed bugs.
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