Bedbugs can thrive despite inbreeding, study finds - San Francisco Chronicle
Bedbugs can thrive despite inbreeding, study finds
San Francisco Chronicle
It turns out that unlike most creatures, bedbugs are able to inbreed with close relatives and still produce generally healthy offspring. That means that if just a few bedbugs survive in a building after treatment, they repopulate ...
Genetics Explain How Bedbugs Infest a Building--or a Country
Bedbugs thrive despite incestuous ways
Researchers say inbred bedbugs can thrive, that single female can lead to ...