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Insect associated with bed
Insect on body: head or pubic region
Bed bugs, (3/16", 4-5 mm), L to R: unfed adult; adult after a blood meal; late instar nymph; early instar nymph
Body louse, (1/16-1/8", 2-4.2 mm), photo by James L. Castner, University of Florida.
Pubic louse (1/32-1/16", 1.3–2 mm), drawing by Division of Plant Industry, University of Florida.
Nits (eggs) of head lice, Pediculus humanus capitis De Geer, (0.8 by 0.3mm) on scalp. Photograph by Clay Scherer, University of Florida.
Unless otherwise noted, all photos and illustrations by NYS IPM Staff