Indian Meal Moths

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Indian Meal Moth Facts

  • ⅝ of an inch in length.
  • Gray with reddish brown wing tips.

Description:

Indian meal moths were named by the 19th century entomologist Asa Fitch; the label was inspired by the tendency of the moths' larvae to infest cornmeal, which is sometimes called "Indian meal". Other common monikers for this pest are the North American flyer, pantry moth, and weevil moth.

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