Bed Bug Information
What are bedbugs and how did they get here?
The common bedbug, is a small brownish-red insect with a flat, oval-shaped body. Its size and structure allow it to into small spaces and cracks where it can seek harborage for reproduction and development.
They are feed primarily at night, and require a warm-blooded host in order to meet requirements for growth. Humans are the preferred host; however, they will feed other animals if needed. Bedbugs are wingless; therefore, they must get from place to place on something such as clothing or luggage or by simply crawling. More Information