Scientific Name: Cimex lectularius
Description: The adult bed bug is 3/16” long, oval, and brown. Unfed, bed bugs are very flat not much thicker than a sheet of paper. After feeding, they plump-up to become more stout. Bed bugs have a four segmented antennae, a 3 segmented piecing-sucking beak, and have a three segmented foot (tarsus). Bed bugs do not wings but possess wing pads.