Tineola Bisselliella, also known as the clothing moth, is one of the most famous moth species. Because wool is the natural fibre in which it thrives, it is precisely where it lays eggs and larvae develop. These moths can also be found in foods and stored grains, especially food.
Another annoying house insect is the pantry moth. The pantry moth lives in food and cupboard grains, and its larvae can also turn into adult moths. They are known to attack almost every meal in the house, including pet foods and dried fruits such as dates and seeds.
Next is the Luna moth. This common silk moth stands out because of its size. The enormous moth’s wings are light shades of lime green, and its body is white.