M. viator frequently invades buildings, usually those with walls constructed of raw brick and clay mortar. It does not attack wood, but will eat wallpaper, curtains, thatch. In addition walls are undermined by extensive galleries and tunnels excavated within them, and often waste material is dumped into rooms from holes in the plaster.


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