indianmeal mothW

Not all moths eat wool. The Indianmeal moths will lay larvae in anything from food stuffs or bird seeds. Look for tiny holes in plastic bags, and cobwebby material in food boxes, where the moth larvae have chewed their way out and are now flying around your house. Regents, UC/Courtesy photo

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Indianmeal moth photo

By June 07, 2014

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