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Moths damage household items such as clothing, carpets, and upholstery. Clothes moths lay their eggs on natural fibers such as wool, silk, and cashmere. The larvae then feed on these fibers, causing damage and weakening the material. Pantry moths infest stored food products such as grains, nuts, and dried fruits, contaminating them and making them unfit for human consumption.


clothes moth


flour moth
flour moth



Indian Meal Moths:  The larvae feed on a wide range of stored food products, including grains, nuts, and dried fruits.

Indian meal moths can be identified by their distinctive markings on their wings.

indian meal moth
Indian Meal Moth


Clothes moths: Look for small holes, thinning areas, and damage to seams, collars, and cuffs. Clothes moths prefer natural fibers like wool, silk, and cashmere.