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Bed bug images: photos of bed bugs and evidence of their presence: eggs, fecal stains, and shed skins (cast skins)

You can click many of the bed bug photos below and you will be taken to the flickr page. Click all sizes and then large to get the best view.

If you think you are suffering from bed bug bites, or if you have seen a strange bug or other signs, the photos below will help you determine if you have them. (Remember also that other problems can look like bed bug bites, so be sure and rule those out. See this FAQ if you need help detecting bed bugs.)

Obviously, you might find the bugs themselves! They can look vastly different based on life stage (there are 5 nymph stages and one adult stage) and whether theyve fed recently or not. For reference, see the following bed bug life cycle image:

This bed bug life cycle photo from Stephen L. Doggett, posted with his permission, also shows the difference between the just-fed adult (top, elongated), and the not-just-fed adult next to it on the right:

Here are some amazing photos of bedbugs feeding, including adults and nymphs (from L. Sorkin and R. Mercurio.)

Unfed first instar nymph (approx. 1 mm or 1/32 long; taken by Sorkin and Mercurio, American Museum of Natural History):

After the bed bug bites someone and feeds for the first time, it turns red. This is the same first instar once it has fully fed (it will be larger now; taken by Sorkin and Mercurio, American Museum of Natural History):

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