What Are Bed Bugs?
Hafi General Services provide the Bed Bugs Treatment in Karachi. Bed-bugs are nocturnal insects and lead a very cryptic lifestyle. As a result, bed bugs are often present for weeks or even months before a single bug is ever seen by the occupants of an infested structure. Bite symptoms which are the most important factor in detecting an infestation and deciding on a course of treatment. This section will also provide you with information about the biology and behavior of bed bugs, which is important to understand in order to ensure that your bed bug treatment plan is effective and safe. It hides during daylight hours and emerges at night to feed on the person sleeping in the bed at night.
Details about Bed Bugs
Around this time, they were virtually eradicated from the US with the wide-scale usage of pesticides, such as DDT and Malathion. Their secretive behavior, coupled with a lack of public awareness, has enabled this insect to move very efficiently from one dwelling to another and has facilitated their rapid dispersal throughout the country. provide the Bed Bugs Treatment in your home or commercial area.
Adults are small, brownish insects, just under a 1/4” long and are relatively flat. They are nearly as wide as they are long and oval in shape. Immature bed bugs (nymphs) resemble the adults but are much smaller and lighter in color. Newly hatched nymphs are translucent and are no bigger than a pinhead (1 mm). Bedbugs lack wings and therefore they do not fly, but they are capable of moving swiftly on both horizontal and vertical surfaces.
Bed Bugs have been parasites of humans for centuries and got their name from their preferred habitat which is your bed or house. The adult Bed Bug is light brown to reddish-brown in color, has a segmented abdomen with microscopic hairs. They have no hind wings, have a flattened, oval-shaped appearance and grow to approximately 5 millimeters long. Although they prefer to feed on humans, they may also infest poultry.
Biology & Behavior
All members of this family of insects feed exclusively on blood which they require in order to develop and reproduce. Bugs go through five developmental stages before reaching maturity. A blood meal is required for each stage. As immature bed bugs develop they continue to become larger and darker until reaching adulthood. Under favorable conditions (70-90°F), bed bugs can complete development (from egg to adult) in one and half two months. Cool temperatures or limited access to a blood meal may extend the developmental period. Adults will typically live for just under a year. Females typically deposit up to 5 eggs per day depositing them in a wide variety of locations, both on and away from the bed. An adult female may lay up to 500 eggs during her lifetime.