Found infestation of small white bugs that looked exactly like grains of white rice moving fairly quickly to get back under (& into?) a wet cardboard box after I moved it off the walkway (cement and slate) near the shed. Moved too fast to get a picture. The box was very wet as we somehow left it outside when we went on vacation. Seemed to be perhaps a juvenile insect - BUT - I very know very little about insects.
I am extremely afraid something may be infesting plants in shed, so any information will be very much appreciated!
Cockroaches can survive on glue behind the wallpaper, maggots, usually require dead meats or even living raw wounds. White ants- termites- live on the cardboard and wood of the sheds, carpenter ants are much larger than sugar ants, but maggots look like little fat rice grains...I cannot link you to a picture- but you should try googling pix-