6172 Attached is a photo of possible bug eggs that were found beneath a baseboard heater in Ottawa, ON. The bottom of the heater is very dusty but these “eggs” were not which suggests that they are new, although this is unknown. It is currently November and there is snow on the ground. These “eggs” were found indoors. They are about the size and shape of popcorn kernels. It is also unknown what the two larger objects are (the long one on the carpet on the bottom left and the one on the baseboard heater on the top right). Please let me know if any of these look familiar. Thanks. Erin
These objects look to me to be more likely plant than insect-related; certainly do not look like typical insect eggs. Do you by any chance have mice on your premises? If so, they might have brought these in. Ed Saugstad, retired entomologist; Sinks Grove, WV.