Indian Meal Moths

Indian meal moth overview

Indian meal moths are part of the group of pests known as pantry pests.  This group of pests infest cereal, grain products and other foods often found in pantries. In fact, almost all dry, stored human food and dry pet food could be a target for this pest.  Adult Indian meal moths  are  recognizable by their characteristic wing pattern.  The rear half of the wings are a distinct reddish brown or bronze colored.

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