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HI Anneli You are correct. This is a immature cockroach. This means that you may be able to nip any population explosion in the bud because they are not breeding yet. Try getting things under control
Stuff like this makes me furious Dee. These exterminators are ripping you and your employer off. You have sent photos and I do not recognize any bedbud from these photos. The darker ones appear to be dermestid
Hi Heidi Indentifying insects often requires a close up exam involving Legs,antennae ,etc I cannot much detail from these photos. From what I can tell is that this may be Beetle larvae. I also believe
Hi Jim At first glance I thought this was a roundworm commonly found in pets but then I notice the small legs and the definite head and antenna. This looks like the Long Red Centipede. (Strigamia) Centipedes
Hi Peter Grasshoppers do have color vision But the detection of color as in most insects involve the shorter wave lengths toward the UV end of the spectrum. Color is used as sexual attraction in some
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