Bedbugs (Hemiptera), why so many in one place?
Bedbugs (Hemiptera), why so many in one place?


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The solution turned out to be very easy. The bench I sat on is located under a tree called Lipa (Tilia cordata Mill). Linden liked aphids (Aphidomorpha), which produce sweet secretions. This secretion falls onto the bench in the form of microscopic droplets. And these microscopic sweet drops are food loved by bed bugs (Hemiptera) :)

Photo: Panasonic Lumix

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