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Webbing clothes moth

Webbing clothes moth

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Although the adult webbing clothes moth isn’t highly destructive, its larva eats holes in wool and silk fabrics. These moths are poor flyers, and tend to hide in dark closets where they can lay eggs on clothing. The larvae usually hide as well, staying under the collars of clothing or crawling into folds where they can do considerable damage before being discovered.

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