So what’s the difference between bed bugs and mosquitos? Well, bed bugs are more than just little bugs that go around sleeping. These parasites are actually very resilient insects which can live in just about any environment. They can live in the soil, dung, and wood and have even been found in human waste! This may seem like a pest that doesn’t belong on our plates, but we must first understand what they are and how to get rid of them.cntact us today
Can You Pass The BED BUGS VS MOSQUITOS Test?
Bed bugs are parasites of warm-blooded animals such as humans. Although they’re not exactly warm-blooded, their body can maintain a temperature of about 27 degrees Fahrenheit or so, which is just warm enough for human beings to survive. Their eggs are also made of a chitin protein which is similar to the protein that mosquitoes produce but it’s too small to be seen by the human eye. To make a long story short, these blood sucking insects feed on the blood of humans or other warm-blooded creatures and then they bring that “dead” body back to their home to lay eggs and continue the cycle. Although there are over 60 different species of bed bugs, CTS US may be one of their favorite pests because of how easy they are to keep control of and because they don’t travel that far from where they originated!
Now, back to the debate between bed bugs and mosquitoes. Mosquitoes are more than capable of spreading diseases through biting, although they usually only do it once or twice within a year. That’s pretty bad if you ask me since these blood-sucking critters can cause serious health problems like blood-sucking ulcers that can spread all over the body and even affect newborn babies. Although the debate still continues, one thing is for sure – bed bugs are not your friends!