Common BehaviourAnd Biology Of Bed Bugs
The bed bugs are mostly illusory, oval-shaped, nocturnal living beings that mostly feed on blood by coming out at night. They are mostly recoiling in nature and can stay alive for almost a year without a proper meal of blood. An adult bed bug is of mahogany-colored and can turn brownish-red after a blood meal. An adult bed bug does stretch out and becomes elongated after sucking blood. Bed bugs can dwell not only in the bedroom but also disperse to different other places. They do have the ability to crawl distances in search of food or a meal of blood.