The lifestyle of the lasioderma
This insect feeds on dried plant and animal substances. As its common name suggests, it attacks tobacco as well as pasta, peanuts, pepper, spices, and fruit. In favourable reproduction conditions, it also feeds on books or furniture.
The risks associated with the lasioderma
The lasioderma contaminates food with its droppings. Since thei diet includes a wide variety of products, a significant portion of your pantry can quickly become contaminated. This contaminated food can cause food poisoning. In addition, your favourite cigars could find themselves deprived of their contents. Our specialists can help you with the effective extermination of these destructive insects.