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Bed Bug Shed Skin

As the bed bug nymph is maturing and molting from nymph stage to become an adult bed bug, they shed a layer of skin which is in fact their empty exoskeleton. There skin, or empty exoskeleton, are similar to empty shells that are clear. The bed bug nymph will repeat this process 5 times during the molting stages, until it becomes an adult bed bug. This is a good way to identify a bed bug infestation. If you look out for these empty shells on your bed, in your bed base or near the area where you suspect the bed bugs are hiding, you will spot these empty shells if you have an infestation.

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