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English: A picture of a bedbug, which recently sloughed out of nymph's skin (can be seen on the right). I am the author if this picture and I have taken this picture myself. The picture was taken in the film roll plastic box.
Date 6 April 2006 (original upload date)
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Author Verslinykas at en.wikipedia


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