The Head Lice-جوئیں (Pediculus humanus capitis) are small parasitic insects in the family Pediculidae, exquisitely adapted to living mainly on the scalp and neck hairs of their human host and feed on the blood. Adult head lice are about 1–3 mm long. Head lice are wingless. They have six legs, one pair of antenna, each with five segments and one pair of eyes. The abdomen consists of seven segments. The term lice is used as plural of louse. Here are some pictures of head lice and nits. It will answer the question, what does head lice look like?
Head Lice Pictures
|Head Louse Nymph|