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A distinguishing feature of conenose bugs is their prominent mouthparts. Their rostrum, which resembles a beak, is used for piercing the skin of their hosts to feed on blood. These mouthparts are capable of delivering painful bites, causing discomfort and potential health risks to humans and animals.
Conenose bugs possess antennae from their head. These antennae play a role in sensory perception, helping them detect potential hosts.
Conenose bugs infest houses.
Conenose bugs have a feeding behavior that involves biting and sucking blood from their hosts.
Nocturnal Activity: Conenose bugs are primarily active at night when their hosts are typically at rest, allowing them to feed undisturbed.
While conenose bugs feed on humans if they come into contact with them during their nocturnal activities.
Conenose bugs are of particular concern due to their ability to transmit a parasite called Trypanosoma cruzi, which causes Chagas disease.
Conenose bugs are adept at finding small cracks and crevices in walls, floors and furniture where they can hide during the daytime.
Conenose bugs may hide in bedding, including sheets, pillows, and mattress seams, as they are attracted to the warmth and carbon dioxide emitted by sleeping individuals.