Pinterest • The world’s catalogue of ideas

Head Lice Life Cycle Photo: As you can see in these head lice photos head lice can be very hard to detect with the naked eye. Heavy infestation can resemble fine dandruff flaking.


The lice would have been present before the girls arrived in the end of August. Did we not miss anything on the stuffed animals, perhaps something was overlooked on your end, again. Eggs don't just appear out of no where. I don't think I need to remind you that the poor thing arrived completely infested the last time. Just take accountability instead of redirecting it to others.


0 DAYS: The lice egg (nit) is laid on the hair shaft. 6-7 DAYS: After 6-7 days the young louse hatches. 8-9 DAYS: 2 days after hatching th...


Lice life cycle...adults lay eggs (nits) which mature and hatch babies (nymphs) emerge.