I don't have an image because my first reaction was to drown these things in Hot Shot roach/ant killer, but
I saw these very, very, very tiny little clusters of bright orange round things, like small specks huddled together.
They were not elongated or oval shaped like "normal" egg things. Every picture I am finding of "orange bug eggs" is way too big and oval.
These were tiny like dirt specks, but bright orange. There were four clusters in an "open" spot between the floor/door paneling and the linoleum of my doorway, a spot that has water damage.
When I sprayed them, they became black mush, losing their shape.
Is this fungus? Or a bug?
How much should I pay for 12 windows and a sliding d...
Eliana porcelain tile Everest Verde 6X6 or larger
Unique drywall situation
coyotes and predators
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