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Bed Bug Life Cycle In Queens

Bed Bug Life Cycle In Queens

About Bedbug Eggs

bedbug_lifecycleBedbugs give birth by laying eggs. These eggs are very small, no longer than a millimeter. They are mostly white with a hint of brown and they actually appear a bit like rice when placed under magnification. They can easily be mistaken for a fleck of dandruff.

Bedbugs will lay a large number of eggs in one area known as a clutch. The mother uses an adhesive substance to lay up to fifty eggs in a single spot, adding up to five eggs per day. Bedbugs lay their eggs in dark corners and cracks where they can develop in secrecy. Once laid, a Bedbug Egg takes up to two weeks to hatch under ideal circumstances.

About Bedbug Nymphs

bedbug-lifecycle-1When Bedbugs Hatch, they are known as Nymphs or Instars. Bedbugs develop through a process known as Incomplete Metamorphosis. Bedbugs don’t enter a cocoon stage and undergo dramatic change, they simply become larger and sexually mature versions of themselves.

Bedbug Nymphs look almost identical to their parents in many ways. The most noticeable difference is their color. When they are newly hatched, they are almost completely clear, only with a light yellow tint. Bedbugs are also obviously much smaller than adult Bedbugs at birth.

Bedbugs develop into sexual maturity through the process of molting. In order to reach adult, the Bedbug Instar must feed and molt five consecutive times. The Bedbug must have all of the nutrients and materials needed inside them in order to complete the molting process. After each successive molt, the Bedbug will get a little bit bigger and will darken closer to a characteristic shade of rusty brown.

About Adult Bedbugs

mating-bedbugsAfter they complete their final molt, the Bedbug will reach sexually maturity. When Bedbugs are fully grown, they are a quarter-inch in length. They are brown with a red tint, but their stomachs will become bright red after a meal, because of all of the blood contained within the stomach. Bedbugs are incredibly flat except after feeding, when they almost triple in girth.

After reaching adulthood, the Adult Bedbug will leave its hiding spot for feeding weekly if hosts are available, but can wait for as long as a year without a meal if they can’t find a host. The colder the climate, the longer that the Bedbugs can live without food. Bedbugs have a lifespan of a little less than a year when they are allowed to feed at their leisure, but will live longer with fewer feedings if temperatures are not ideal.

How do Bedbugs Mate?

bedbug-mateBedbugs reproduce through a technique called Traumatic Insemination. When the male finds a suitable female, it will mount the female and pierce its stomach with its sexual organ in order to release its seed into the female.

The female has enzymes inside itself which protect it from infection. After the Bedbug is fertilized, it will constantly lay eggs until the fluid inside is spent.

Once the Bedbug Eggs are laid, the whole process begins again.

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