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Video: Harold Harlan's Perspective on Bed Bugs

Bed bugs

Harlan, former staff entomologist, NPMA, shares his knowledge and experience working with bed bugs.

| June 23, 2011

Harold Harlan, former staff entomologist, NPMA, is one of the foremost authorities on bed bugs. In fact, Harlan, a medical entomologist, has kept a virgin strain of bed bugs for 30 years. In the following video, Harlan shares his knowledge and experience working with bed bugs, including his experience eating bed bugs.

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