Video is slowed to 33% of actual speed. The subjects (Bed Bugs, their eggs, Carpenter Ants, and the Coin, are placed on a ceramic surface.
In this video you see an adult BedBug with a white egg protruding in it’s rear. Nearby you see a Canadian 5 cents coin and a dead, crumbled up Carpenter Ant.
You get a good idea of the dimensions of the BedBug. As well you clearly see the movements of the Bed Bugs. It is obvious that these Pests are NOT hard to see rather they can be hard to locate when hiding in components of our beds at the beginning of an infestation.
Towards the end of the movie you see BedBug moving above an egg that is moved by its legs. It so happens because the egg could not be cemented to the ceramic surface as it would have to the wooden or fabric elements of a typical bed.