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2017-02-19 Entomology (Study of Bugs) - Queen Subterranean termite:

Robby:    Thank you for including the images with your question.    This is not a queen termite, it is the grub (larva) of some kind of root borer (family Cerambycidae, subfamily Prioninae):    http://bugguide

2017-02-17 Entomology (Study of Bugs) - Very very tiny insect:

Dalia:    I am sorry, but I cannot discern enough detail in your images to reach a conclusion on what the insect (or mite) may be.    Furthermore, I am not at all familiar with the insects found in the

2017-02-17 Entomology (Study of Bugs) - Tiny small Bug / insect:

Dear Thomas - Your images are not clear enough for me to be certain, but the most likely suspect would be a booklouse (Psocodea: Liposcelidae). These are not true lice, but nuisance pests that feed primarily

2017-02-16 Entomology (Study of Bugs) - Found in Mattress seams:

Dalia,    This is not from bed bugs but I can't see enough detail to tell what it is beyond that. Given the number you describe I'd guess some kind of seed or perhaps even pollen. Is this near a window

2017-02-16 Entomology (Study of Bugs) - I was bit/stung and need advice:

Patricia:    Since you did not leave a phone number (which is a *good* thing since this is a public post), I cannot call you; but, no need for that anyway.    You were stung, not bitten, if the insect


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