Pictures of LICE and NITS
Head lice are tiny, wingless, grayish‑tan insects that live and breed in human hair. They hatch from small eggs, called nits, which attach themselves to the base of individual hairs.
Nits can be light or dark in color, are very difficult to remove and appear to be “glued” to the hair (unlike dandruff which is easily brushed away).
Here is the pesky 'louse' . It is very small, blackish/dark brown and can crawl very quickly.
These are the eggs (egg cycle below) that the lice lay.
When inspecting your child from lice, a good place to look is above the ears, and at the back of the neck. You may also notice your child scratching their head more frequently.