Can you see bed bugs? Yes, if you have a good eye and know where to look. They’re small, about the size of an apple seed, and you can probably spot them by eye, but if they’re too small to be seen with the naked hand, they’ll stick to the surface you’re looking at. They live in colonies and move around in clumps. They’re not difficult to find, and you can even see the eggs.
You can usually smell bedbugs by smell. These pests have a flat body that makes them visible even if they’re not visible. They produce a distinctive scent. This odor is a signal that they’re on the skin. It’s similar to that of fleas, which can bite anywhere and can be difficult to spot. This is why it’s important to wash, sort, and store your clothes and possessions in a place where you won’t find them again.
Adult bedbugs look like baby cockroaches. They’re light to reddish brown in colour, and can be as small as an apple seed. They have 6 legs, which are shorter than their bodies and are about half their overall length. Their eyes have an anticoagulant and anesthetic. This makes it hard to see the bugs, but it’s important to note that they can be so small and hard to detect that they’re feeding.