Pantry and Fabric
Live inside stored food, can survive weeks without food, and consume prescription drugs. If they are not completely removed they likely reemerge.
Found in stored products and furniture and will eat anything. Signs of infestation may be holes in food packaging.
Found in stored food products, common in commercial resturants. Infested items often cause mold problems from moisture buildup.
Create a foul odor and often contribute to the growth of mold in food. Feed on dust from grain, flour, cereal, and pasta.
Larvae chew holes into wool, leather, silk, and feathers. Adults fly and feed on pollen and may be seen swarming to lights.
Appearance in a kitchen usually means these were inside grain prior to storage. Can cause serious damage to field crops
These moths are so small that you may not notice until clothing, bedding, or stored items are damaged, or you see a lot of flying. Larvae produce silken webs and feed on wool and hair.
Most common pantry pest. They consume and lay eggs in grain and cereal products. Caterpillars of this moth produce silk webbing.