Adult bedbugs are about the size of an apple seed, or 3/16 to 1/4 inch long, notes the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. They appear flat, brown and oval-shaped if they have not recently fed, but they look reddish-br... More »

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Bed bugs are small parasitic insects and are therefore animals. They are reddish brown in color and adults measure 4 millimeters to 6 millimeters, which is approximately the size of an apple seed. More »

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Mature bed bugs are about the size of an apple seed, and immature bed bugs, or nymphs, are the size of a poppy seed. Bed bugs resemble tiny brown or black specks of dirt on bedding or mattresses. More »

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Mature bed bugs are about the size of an apple seed, and immature bed bugs, or nymphs, are the size of a poppy seed. Bed bugs resemble tiny brown or black specks of dirt on bedding or mattresses. More »

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Using pesticides is one of many ways to control a bed bug infestation, according to the Environmental Protection Agency. The EPA also advises taking a comprehensive approach, limiting exposure to dangerous pesticides, an... More »

Bed bug eggs are approximately one millimeter or the size of a pinhead. They can grow up to five times that size once adulthood is reached. More »

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Pictures of bed bugs are available on both WebMD and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency website. The EPA also lists bugs that could sometimes be mistaken for bed bugs. More »

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