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Bed bug

Bedbug is a parasite of Cimex, which only feeds on blood. Cimex ectorius is the most common bedbug because it likes to eat human blood. Other Cimex species specialize in other animals, such as bats, such as Cimex pistrelli (Europe), Cimex pilosellus (western United States) and Cimex adjustus.

The bedbug's name comes from Cimex collectivius' preferred habitat: warm houses, especially near or inside beds or other sleeping areas. Bedbugs mainly move at night, but not only at night. They usually feed on their hosts and are not found.

Bedbug bites can cause many adverse health effects, including rashes, psychological effects, and allergies. Bedbugs do not transmit any pathogens as vectors of disease. Some signs and symptoms indicate the presence of bedbugs. Find the adult to confirm the diagnosis.

Bedbugs have been known as human parasites for thousands of years. In the early 1940s, they were basically eliminated in developed countries, but the prevalence has increased since 1995, which may be due to the resistance to pesticides, the government's ban on effective pesticides and international travel. Bedbug bites and related conditions are also increasing as human habitat infestation begins to increase