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Like most insects, head lice are oviparous. Females lay about three or four eggs per day. Louse eggs are attached near the base of ...


Head lice eggs (called “nits”) are hard to see and often confused for dandruff or hair spray droplets. Nits can be found at the base of the hair shaft nearest the ...


See detailed pictures of head lice, including nits, eggs, and a ®head lice vs dandruff® comparison. See Full Important Safety Information.


View magnified pictures of head lice eggs, also known as nits, as well as nymph and adult lice images. See Full Important Safety Information.


Aug 4, 2016 ... Three forms of head lice exist: nits, nymphs, and mature adults. Nits are lice eggs that attach to the hair shaft and usually hatch within a week.


In order to have nits, you had to have had an adult female lay them. But it is possible to have Nits and no lice in the very early stages of an infestation.


Head lice spread when a live louse (most likely an adult) makes its way onto your head. But when a louse starts laying eggs (also called nits) on your hair, that's ...


Sep 1, 2015 ... Egg/Nit: Nits are lice eggs laid by the adult female head louse at the base of the hair shaft nearest the scalp. Nits are firmly attached to the hair ...


Feb 23, 2016 ... A louse egg (a nit) is about the size of a flake of dandruff. They are yellow or white, are oval in shape and are attached to hair close to the scalp ...