MedicineNet.com and Healthline.com show pictures of head lice, nymphs and eggs, both as close-ups and on the scalp and hair. The website of the American Academy of Dermatology shows a video and step-by-step instructions ... More »

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It is difficult to correctly diagnose head lice infestation by using pictures alone. The most accurate method of diagnosing head lice infestation is by finding a live nymph or louse on the hair or scalp of a person, as s... More »

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Head lice can look like a tiny white speck in a person's hair, or upon closer inspection, they look like a very small light brown six-legged creature roughly the size of a sesame seed. Lice eggs, which are normally close... More »

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Lice and nits can be identified when an affected individual experiences itchiness on certain parts of the body where lice are commonly found, such as on the scalp; nits (the insects' eggs) may be visible on hair shafts o... More »

Find pictures of lice nits on Flickr. Type any variation of the term "lice nits" into the search field, such as "lice nit," "lice eggs" or "louse nit." More »

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Lice eggs, also known as nits, are tiny yellow, brown or tan dots that lie on hair shafts close to the scalp. They cannot be removed by regular brushing or shaking of the head. Lice eggs hatch within one to two weeks aft... More »

Lice eggs, also called nits, look like small sesame seeds, and they are attached firmly to the hair. Dead lice eggs stay afixed to the hair and remain in the hair if they're not removed properly. More »