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Bed Bug Nymphs

After the bed bug egg hatches, the nymph is formed. The nymph has to feed on a blood meal before it is able to molt. The bed bug nymph needs to molt 5 times to become an adult bed bug. The bed bug nymphs discard their outer shell each time they molt, these empty shells are clear and are simply empty exoskeletons of the bed bug nymphs. In warmer climates, the nymph stage lasts just around 3 weeks, where the temperatures are cooler then the nymphs take a considerably longer time to molt and reach adulthood. The process can sometimes take months. Bed bug nymphs cause problems just as much as an adult bed bug.


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