The Lyctocoris campestris, similar in size and color to the slightly elongated bed bugs. It is known in that it has wings. The German called Straight, rather than the winged bugs. Its natural habitat is the birds’ nests, where the lives of the many small animals, etc. moth larvae that thrive in the waste that accumulates in the nests. It can occasionally climb into the accommodation area and will sometimes drill its trunk in humans. The bite can be clearly felt. It can happen in all seasons.
There will rarely be so many Lyctocoris campestris that proper control is needed. Dusting of the nest environment with an insect powder will prevent migrations.