If you’re having an issue with bedbugs or any other pests, it is time to call your Broken Arrow pest control company for help. Bedbugs are at parasite that can exert a huge amount of psychological weight upon us as people. These blood feeding parasites will feed on you as you sleep. They, steal your rest from you and make you feel unsafe in your own home. It’s so important that you protect yourself and your loved ones from these insects. In this article was take a good hard look at bedbugs, their lifecycle, and what you and your Broken Arrow pest control company can do to stop them from hurting you.


Bedbug is an incomplete lifecycle. Because these insects feed on blood and prefer human blood, they are often found in our beds and mattresses. They fit the enjoy the safety of the mattress seams. As they pinch themselves between those two places, this is usually where the beginning of the lifecycle is. The females will lay those eggs in the seams in the same place that they will hide. These eggs are a small white is yellow egg that looks much like a tiny grain of rice. The egg will eventually hatch and a nymph will emerge.

A nymph is a smaller version of the adult bedbug. There’s never will be a translucent color that will turn brownish orange when it feeds for the first time. Once this happens the blood that it takes and will stay in the insides of the bedbug and that’s where you get its color from. Every time a bedbug feeds, it in gorgeous itself, and becomes about 2 to 3 times its normal size. Once it feeds it will need to go back to its hiding place. Usually in the mattress seems in order to digest the food that it’s eaten. Contact your Broken Arrow pest control company for more information.


Everything that the bedbug needs to survive is contained in our blood. The water that it needs can be taken from our blood. The nutrition that it needs will also be found in the blood. As the name begins to grow, it will eventually outgrow its exoskeleton. At this point, it will need to shed that exoskeleton for a brand new exoskeleton that could stretch further. This process of shedding its exoskeleton is known as molting. before it can molt, it will have to take a blood meal in order to have the energy to go through the process. It will mold five times before it becomes a full reproductive adult. At this point, it will be about the size and shape of a small apple seed.

Once it becomes a full grown adult, the males and females will seek to pair up and meet. The meeting process is known as traumatic insemination. This is because the females exoskeleton does not have an opening for sexual contact. The male will have to break through the exoskeleton in order to put his reproductive material inside of her. 

There’s a small black dot on the back of the female that the male use as a target. Even if he misses though, the material will go where it needs to be, and the female will become pregnant. And heavy infestations, these females will flee the mail because they get so overrun by males. The reproductive process can be very dangerous if it happens too often for the female. If you’re seeing bedbugs on your walls and ceiling, then that means that you have very extensive bedbug problem. Contact your Broken Arrow pest control for help.


What’s the female has made it, it will be time for her to lay her eggs. She will also have to take a blood meal before she lays those eggs because the process takes a lot of energy. She lay the eggs in the seams, and the process will begin all over again. If you’re looking to see if you have bedbugs in your home, it’s important to look at the seams to see if you can find the insect and the eggs. In addition to that, you also see often red and black dots that are in and around these areas. The red and black dots are from feeding and from defecating. The red dots are droplets of blood that have leaked and the black is where the insect has pooped. If you’re seeing this, then it could be a telltale sign that you’ve got a problem, bedbugs.

Well, there are many different over-the-counter solutions for bedbugs. They almost in definitely do not work. Many people believe the diametric earth is the best solution. Well, diametric earth has its purpose, most people overused it. If you mound up a large amount of Diametric earth, bedbugs will simply avoid it. It must be very lightly sprayed. In addition, the pesticides that you get over-the-counter are outdated and ineffective. In the 1990s pyrethrins were used extensively against bedbugs until bedbugs developed an immunity to them. Now the over-the-counter drugs that you can get are pyrethrins and therefore ineffective. You will need to get in contact with a broken arrow pest control company who can use the appropriate pest control methods and pesticides to get rid of these insects.


If you’re having problems with bedbugs, or any other insect this time to call your Broken Arrow pest control company today. Here at Terminix pest control were the best in the business when it comes to dealing with bedbugs, or any other pest. We service the greater Tulsa area, including Broken Arrow, Coweta, Claremore, Catoosa, Sand Springs, Prattville, Sapulpa, Bixby, Jenks, Owasso, Turley, and so much more. Call today for a free estimate. We’re here to help!

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