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      • About an inch in length

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      • About 1/2 of an inch in length

      • About a foot in length

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      1. How big is a bed bug?
        1. About an inch in length
        2. About 1/4 of an inch in length
        3. About 1/2 of an inch in length
        4. About a foot in length
      2. What does a bed bug bite look like?
        1. It looks like a mosquito bite.
        2. It looks like a bruise.
        3. It looks like a scab.
        4. It doesn’t look like anything.
        1. Bed bugs seek out people and animals, generally at night while these hosts are asleep, and painlessly sip a few drops of blood. While feeding, they inject a tiny amount of their saliva into the skin. Repeated exposures to bed bug bites during a period of several weeks or more causes people to become sensitized to the saliva of these bugs; additional bites may then result in mild to intense allergic responses. Despite what you may have heard or read elsewhere, bed bugs are not known to transmit any infectious agents.

      3. Why are bed bugs most abundant in bedrooms?
        1. They prefer the quiet of a bedroom.
        2. They can only survive in beds.
        3. They like to feed on people while they sleep.
        4. They like to live in soft places.
        1. Their flattened bodies allow them to conceal themselves in cracks and crevices around the room and within furniture. Favored hiding sites include the bed frame, mattress and box spring. Clutter around the room offers additional sites for these bugs to hide, and increases the difficulty in eliminating bed bugs once they have become established.

      4. How do bed bugs invade a home?
        1. They dig into the foundation of the home.
        2. The wingless insects fly in through open windows.
        3. Used furniture, particularly bed frames and mattresses.
        4. Scientists have yet to determine how they invade a home.
        1. Because bed bugs readily hide in small crevices, they may accompany (as stowaways) luggage, furniture, clothing, pillows, boxes, and other such objects when these are moved between apartments, homes and hotels. Because they readily survive for many months without feeding, bed bugs may already be present in apparently ‘vacant’ and ‘clean’ apartments.

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