Bed bug treatment ON THE FRENCH RIVIERA
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Bed bugs belong to the order Hemiptera, more precisely to the suborder Heteroptera. There are several suborders of Heteroptera, including half-winged bedbugs, which are unable to fly. Among these heteropterans are different varieties of crawling bugs.
The bedbug is the most commonly encountered in human environments. Other varieties of heteroptera are found in birds, occupying their nests, such as the swallow bug or Martin bug (Oeciacus hirundinis), the pigeon bug (Cimex columbarius), and the Cimex pipistrella variety that inhabits attics frequented by bats.
Bedbugs' feeding habits
Most heteropterans live in the wild, feeding on plant sap or hunting a variety of small arthropods such as aphids, mites, caterpillars and so on. Examples include the poplar bug (Anthocoris nemorum), a member of the anthocoridae family, and the conifer bug.
Length: 5 to 8 mm long.
Lifespan: 9 to 18 weeks.
Reproduction: 150 to 350 eggs at a rate of 3 eggs per day.
Habitat: Near beds, cracks and cavities in woodwork, joints in bedding, undersides of carpets, backs of paintings, etc.
Diet: Feeds on the blood of all warm-blooded animals, with man as its preferred host.
Originally from Asia, they arrived in our country via warmer climates. Adult bed bugs are reddish-brown in color, with an oval, flattened body. They are wingless and have microscopic hairs that give them a striped appearance.
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Characteristics of bed bugs and their effects on health
Bed bugs of the Cimidae family, also known as Cimex, are apterous insects, although they have very short forewings and totally atrophied hindwings. All bedbug species are hematophagous, feeding on blood.
Although bed bugs are not considered direct vectors of disease, their bites can cause skin irritation, allergies and even malaise. They significantly disrupt the sleep of the elderly and children, even triggering seizures.
Professional treatment options
At Pamther, our certified applicators are trained in the most effective bedbug treatment techniques. We can offer you professional solutions tailored to your specific situation in the Var and Alpes-Maritimes departments.
Various options are now available to certified applicators for treating bed bugs in infested rooms. Two common options are :
This method targets bedbugs in mattresses, cracks and other infested areas. Specific products are used to effectively eliminate bed bugs.
Recommended for larger cases or hard-to-reach spaces, fumigation involves using chemical agents in gas form to treat bed bugs throughout the room.