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Very tiny worm/caterpillar-like bugs in bathroom

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Very tiny worm/caterpillar-like bugs in bathroom

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  1. Guest23315106

    i found some also in a stuffed animal and in my bed ive been getting red bights all over my arms ive cleaned and just found another today but im wondering what they are and if thats whats causing the bites i cant find out what they  either?

     

  2. Guest21917806

    I have them in our house too.they are known to hatch,I found alot of live and hatched ones in my laundry room they are not harmful I've been finding them in our house for about 2 years now.dont worry about them.

     

  3. Guest20297753
    They sound carpet beetle larvae. You might want to llok them up and see if that is it.
  4. Guest19719975
    i have just found the same on my livingroom window ledge so its not that they just like the humid air from bathrooms i just found about 6 of them light tan /brown tiny little things with loads of legs are they harmfull if my kids touched by accident or not ??? i just killed them all ..lol.. so i will see if any more return in the morning ...but they sooo tiny i only just caught a glimpse of something moving and thought it was just fluff at 1st but on closer lookin it was walkin along with its head high in the air.. cheeky gits ..
  5. Guest19719975
    i have just found the same on my livingroom window ledge so its not that they just like the humid air from bathrooms i just found about 6 of them light tan /brown tiny little things with loads of legs are they harmfull if my kids touched by accident or not ??? i just killed them all ..lol.. so i will see if any more return in the morning ...but they sooo tiny i only just caught a glimpse of something moving and thought it was just fluff at 1st but on closer lookin it was walkin along with its head high in the air.. cheeky gits ..
  6. Guest17058553
    I have what I think is something similar in my barn conversion. Mainly on the ceiling of my wetroom. About 2-3mm long thin dark brown/black and having to look real close seem to be more caterpillar like with lots of legs. I see them here and there throughout the house in small numbers, but in wetroom can be upto 20 per day. Keep squashing them but more come next day. Only notice them as I have magnolia walls and they show up to the trained eye. Have had whole place professionally sprayed against woodworm and am surprised they haven't been affected. DOES ANYONE KNOW WHAT THEY ARE? AND HOW TO ERADICATE THEM ONCE AND FOR ALL?
  7. Leonardo
    It's difficult to say without a picture or more information, but I would guess that they are the larvae of some sort of fly, and are probably just feeding off of bacteria or other microbial growth in a wet environment. Most likely harmless, but if they bother you, cleaning with bleach will probably take care of them. Thanks For asking.
  8. Sagitarion
    Hi! there. I suspect that they may be millipedes, which are not insects, but arthropods in the class Diplopoda. If its really that then the following products are used in elimination, prevention and control of millipedes and other household pests. In most cases, it is best to combine the use of a professional, long residual spray with a professional insecticide dust when dealing with millipede infestations. Hope this helps

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