what type of bettle is it that makes egg, then they hatch and turn into mealworms and how many eggs does it have?
There are a lot of possible options here. In order for us to answer this question, we’ll need some more information. Give us a call and be prepared to answer questions like:
1) Where are you seeing the activity?
2) Are there any adults around that might be what these worms are becoming over time? If yes, where are you seeing them?
3) Have you discovered any food with active insects in the packaging or food itself?
4) What rooms in the house are you seeing this activity?
5) Do you have any pets?
6) Do you process, cook or otherwise manufacture anything edible or with edible ingredients in the home? If yes, what kind of items?
7) Have you done any treating to try and stop this problem thus far? If yes, just what procedures have you attempted to do?
When you call, we’ll ask these and probably some more questions attempting to ascertain the origin and species of the infestation currently active in your home. In most all cases, getting to know the species will be important if you wish to stop the activity. Additionally, knowing the species allows us to recommend the best procedure which we know will work based on years of experience. Though we have a lot of information on a wide range of pests posted at www.bugspray.com, there are just too many for you to browse without first narrowing the options. Give us a call and from there, I’m sure we’ll be able to help. Our phone is 1-800-877-7290.jonathan www.bugspray.com