Adult Bedbugs are about 1/8 of an inch long with reddish brown oval flattened bodies the nymphs resemble the adults but Are smaller and some white lighter in color. Bedbugs feed solely on the blood of animals the common bedbug prefers feeding on humans, But will also buy other warm blooded animals, including pets. They feed by piercing the skin with an elongated beak. The person seldom knows they are being bitten. Bite symptoms vary from an itchy wealth or localized swelling too little or no reaction. Although they can harbor pathogens in their bodies, disease transmission by Bedbugs to humans is considered highly unlikely. Bedbugs do not fly but can move rapidly over floors walls, ceilings and other surfaces. If necessary they will crawl more than 100 feet to obtain a blood meal. Female Bedbugs lay their eggs in Secluded areas, deposited up to five a day and up to 500 door in a lifetime. The eggs are whitish and hard to see on most surfaces without magnification. Individual eggs are about the size of a dust speck.When first laid, the eggs are sticky, causing them to adhere to substrates. Newly hatched limbs on low bigger than a pinhead. As they grow, they shed their skins five times before reaching maturity. A blood meal is needed between each successive molt. Under favorable conditions 70° to 90° the bed bugs can complete development in as little as a month, producing three or four generations per year. Lifes can survive months without feeding and the adults for more than a year infestations are therefore unlikely to diminish by leaving premises on occupied. Bedbugs or active mainly at night. During the daytime day prefer to hide close to where people sleep. Bedbugs do not have nest like ants or bees but do tend to congregate in habitable hiding places. Typically these areas are marked by dark spotting and staining, and sometimes are accompanied by a Sweetish odor. Also present will be eggs and egg shells and molted skins of maturing Nymphs.