Flea Pest Control
The length of the flea is adult up to 3mm , colour brown to blackish, larvae white and reddish. The eggs are small and barely visible. They may be found in bedding of the host or wherever the eggs might have been dropped or deposited. Larvae seek protection from bringing light and will work their way in to debris into the deep pile zone of carpeting or other protective areas for coverage. They feed on organic matter and on the blood-containing fecal droppings of the adult flea. The larvae require moisture and thrive best in humid parts of the building, cracks and crevices of the floor or deep in the lower zone of carpeting where moisture levels are higher.