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weird looking bug

i am in the need of help identifying a certaain bug. i am from NC and
> lately i have been seeing these bugs they are very tiny, and usually are
> around the drain of my sinks and shower. i spoke with my old bug control
> company and she stated that they may be whats called spindella's. Mind
> you i have no clue if im spelling them right


i wrote someone and they told me to take a picture, this bug is so tiny that it wont show up in the picture it looks like little specks, its smaller and skinner than a nat


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If that is the case then a re
If that is the case then a recomend you use a dslr to take the picture if you are already using one then buy some macro's i suggest a 5+. If still "a little speck" use the in camra editor, trim zoom in and save.
Best wishes on getting that picture look forward to seeing it.

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