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Moths Oecophoridae » Oecophorinae
Wingspan 15-21 mm.
Flight period Continuously brooded indoors through out the year
Diet The larvae live on dried plant and animal debris It can become invasive by being intoduced via dried goods or potential food sources
Descripttion White Shoulders with brown body simikar to the House moth with adapted head parts
Habitat Occurs regularly inside buildings, and being continuously-brooded, can be found at any time of year indoors.