Bed Bugs may have evolved from cave-dwelling ectoparasites of mammals (especially bats). As humans moved from caves to tents and then into houses, the bugs went with them. Adult bugs are 6–7 mm long, broadly oval, flat, brown to reddish-brown true bugs, with a 3-segmented beak, 4-segmented antennae, and vestigial wings. …
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