Bed Bug Nests

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Rear of a Head Board – out of sight – out of mind!

A head board's rear - out of sight - out of mind!

Bed Bugs nest very near where they had a meal on a host. For this reason they would find a suitable spot in and very near the human sleeping quarters. Most preferred spots are sturdy areas of a bed that usually are of wooden, fabric and natural materials. In this image you see them on the rear side of the headboard. You notice a long vertical slit though which they would crawl out to the host’s side and back with ease. Once Bed Bugs are on this side of the headboard, they are sheltered from light as well. So they feel completely at home.

Bed Frame Ledge – where the box spring rests!

An L Shaped Ledge where the Box Spring would rest.

This wooden L-shape bed frame ledge has a black synthetic layer. It is hard to notice some bed bugs presence in this bed frame in the back drop of a black background. This is a long exposure image showing in great clarity the bed bugs, their white shiny and minuscule eggs.

As well you see the black, shiny and extruding dot like excrements on the black surface too. A human finger in blue glove is pointing at the scene.

Bed Bug Nest and Eggs

A Scene from an L Shaped Ledge where the Box Spring would rest.

This is another picture of the same ledge at the other end.

You have a Canadian 2 dollar coin placed in this nesting spot for comparison. The shiny white and somewhat translucent eggs with a hole on one end are clearly visible. The shiny black extruding dots are their excrements dried up over time.

You see some lighter color and much smaller Bed Bugs that are the babies. They are about 10 times smaller in size than the full adults.

A scene from upper right side of a Wooden Bed Frame

Upper Right Side of a Bed Frame in a Wooden Bed Frame.

You see the ledge where the box spring would normally rest. You also see a factory drilled hole to screw in the ledge to the frame. This is a favorite spot for Bed Bugs. Any holes, cracks, slits and other deformities in natural wood that can be exploited as nesting areas are their favorites. You may notice white vertical streaks of Vaseline placed by the residents so that Bed Bugs would slip away. But that did not help. Physical controls are ineffective against these persistent parasites.

This is zoomed out scene of upper right section of a Bed Frame

Upper Right Side of a Bed Frame in a Wooden Bed Frame.

You see the ledge where the box spring would normally rest. You also see a factory drilled hole to screw in the ledge to the frame. This is a favorite spot for Bed Bugs. Any holes, cracks, slits and other deformities in natural wood that can be exploited as nesting areas are their favorites.

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