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- Bed bugs are primarily nocturnal parasites.
- An adult female bed bug lays 1 to 5 eggs per day, up to 500 in her life time.
- Eggs hatch in 7 to 10 days and reach adulthood in 1½ to 3 months.
- Approximately 90% of their time is spent resting or hiding. The other 10% is spent feeding and laying eggs.
- Bed bugs are master survivors and have been found to live over a year without feeding.
- While feeding, the bite is painless and only takes approximately 5-15 minutes.
- Bed bugs are transmitted from one place to another by "hitchhiking".
- Bed bugs can go undetected for months before being seen.
- Bed bugs prefer to hide in cracks and crevices.
- Bed bugs are known to cause psychological and emotional stress to their victims.
A common misconception is that bed bugs are only found in mattresses. In fact, they can be found in any or all of the following places:
- Furniture (Dressers, nightstands, couches, computer desks & chairs, etc...)
- Behind headboards
- Behind paintings and frames
- Behind walls & decorative trim
- Suitcases and bags
- Children’s toys
- And countless other areas