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Old 05-16-2022, 06:01 PM   #1
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Larva in RV lights

Hi folks, open the RV today and discovered dead beetles on the floor leading to the shower in the back where some live ones where and lots of dead ones. Figure they were coming from the drain. Cleaned them up and treated the drain to kill any more.

However, in the light above the bathroom sink, the lens was full of these live larva . [Mod Edit] are they are where are the coming from? Ceiling?
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Thinking the beetles and the larva are not related? For information, I live in Canada and the RV is stored outside.

Thanks for the help
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That IMO is a great question for your local health or environmental dept. as bugs are quite different merely 500 miles apart.
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I suggest to have your RV checked by a pest control specialist. You may have wood boring beatles eating away at the frame work of the trailer.

There have even been reports of infestations in brand new RVs.

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