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"Figure 12.—Parts of Bed-Bug. A. Intestines.—B. Antenna of the Male.—C. Eye.—D. Haustellum, or Sucker, closed.—E. Side view of Sucker.—F. Under Part of Head.—G. Under Lip.—GG. Hair of the Tube, and outside Cases.—H. Egg-Bag.—I. Worm emerging from the Egg."

Date December 1860
Source Uncredited illustration for Charlotte Taylor, "Unwelcome Guests", Harper's magazine, No. CXXVII - December 1860 - Vol. XXII, p. 42. Scanned at 300 dpi.
Author unidentified illustrator
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