Free Bed Bug Pictures: Photos of Bed Bugs


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Table of Contents

Bed Bug Bites on Back & Face

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Bed Bug Near Rice & With Eggs

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Microfilm Slide of a Bed Bug

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Bed Bug on Fabric

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Bedbug Under Glass

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Waste from Bed Bugs

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Bed Bug Rendering: Top, Side & Front Views

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Parts of a Bed Bug

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An 1860 engraving of parts of a bed bug. A. Intestines.—B. Antenna of the Male.—C Eye.—D. Haustellum, or Sucker, closed.—E. Side view of Sucker.—F. Under Part of Head.—G. Under Lip.—GG. Hair of the Tube, and outside Cases.—H. Egg-Bag.—I. Worm emerging from the Eggs

Typical Bedbugs

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Blood-fed Cimex lectularius

Photo Credit: A.L. Szalanski

Bed Bugs Mating

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A bed bug (Cimex lectularius) traumatically inseminates another

Photo Credit: Rickard Ignell, Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences

Bed Bug on Human Skin

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Photo Credit: Piotr Naskrecki

Bed Bug Sheds Nymph Skin

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Bed bug (4 mm length; 2.5 mm width), shown in a film roll plastic container, on the right is the recently sloughed skin from its nymph stage

Photo Credit: Verslinykas on Wikipedia

Bedbug With Hunger Bubbles

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Photo Credit: Dan Wylie-Sears

Female Bedbug Hiding in a Screw Hole

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A female bed bug hiding in a screw hole, with eggs.

Photo Credit: Thomas Oldani

SEM of Cimex Lectuaris

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Scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of Cimex lectularius, digitally colorized with the insect’s skin-piercing mouthparts highlighted in purple and red.

photo credit: Janice Harney Carr, Center for Disease Control

Bed Bug Sniffing Dog Picture

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photo credit: Niels Elgaard Larsen

Bed Bug Clipart & Drawings

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Do You Have Original Bed Bug Photos?

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We are trying to build the most comprehensive online database of bed bug pictures. If you have original bed bug photos we would love to buy them from you to add to our collection.

We are looking for:

  • Close-up pictures of bed bug infestations.
  • Pictures of bed bug bites.
  • Pictures in different stages of life – from larvae through adult.

Photo requirements:

  • Photo must be clear.
  • Photo is an original photo not found anywhere else online.
  • If we agree to purchase your picture(s) you agree that the photos become exclusive, royalty free property of BedBugs.org & cannot be resold to another buyer.

Please send as many bed bug photos as you can so we can pick our favorites & find ones that would be a good fit for our site.

If you have a background story with your pictures (when it was took, where, any other background information) please share that as well. If you write at least 400 compelling words we are willing to pay an extra $5 for your story.

Mail your pictures & story to help@bedbugs.org. When submitting your pictures & story please also submit your Paypal email address for prompt payment.

13 Responses to Free Bed Bug Pictures: Photos of Bed Bugs

  1. mark mcdonald says:

    These things are gross

  2. Arusha says:

    I do not like bed bugs but my dogs eat them

  3. Anissa Villarreal says:

    Thanks! This was incredibly helpful!!

  4. brianna cano says:

    when the bedbug bites a human it looks gross

  5. lynn says:

    every time i go to a hotel i come bitten all over and my dermatologist told me it was from picking because i was nervous. the heck with that . i called security because it felt like a spider bite and it was sweeling and it got bigger and redder and it must of got bit a few days before because it got all festered up and swollen and it started backing out. I sanitized it with some some alcohal and with tweezers this but started backing out and fulids came out and this big piece of it came out with my skin attached. the security guard saw it & then we found a hole in the other side of this matteress. we came back this time and i called up the my doctor and see her tomorrow. we are getting a motor home. I can feel them in my head right now and if i spry some alhocal on the sores the shells or bits and pieces will come out. who wants to go to bed.

  6. Lenny coraci says:

    How much for each picture that you use ?

  7. chuck nugent says:

    I was replacing a light bulb in a lamp on an end table and discovered a half a dozen of them on the shade and on the table. the interesting thing is this is our second home and other than me has not been occupied for four years by wife and out dogs. The location is an upstairs unused bedroom. The master bedroom where I sleep, I have never noticed anything, and I did a search after the finding. My questions: are how did they get into that room and why? Can they survive for 3 years with no food. they were all the 1/4″ adult variety. The Brown dog tick and the adult bed bug look alike to the untrained expert, like myself. The room is in partial shade even during daylight so not real bright in there. They were alive but not moving much unless provoked. I was at a loss what to do? Throwing away the lamp, night stand did cross my mind and so I decided to not take any chances and bag them up in the room and toss them, spray thoroughly and call an exterminator. Bed Bugs sound like a NIGHTMARE; I hope it is the brown dog tick or if bed bugs, I can get rid of them before it becomes a huge problem. Any thoughts?

  8. Drabo says:

    I right clicked on a photo but I can’t copy the html code what’s up?

  9. Olivia Ewing says:

    i have been told that rubbing achool gets rid of them.

  10. Brian says:

    I bought a house that had them I basically set them on fire email me if you wanta know how to kill them in a strong for sure way

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