Moth larvae?

Reply Wed 16 Aug, 2017 10:54 pm
Over the last few years, I keep finding these creatures crawling in my bathroom. Someone told me they're larvae of the moths that eat sweaters in your closet, and they do look like a match when I search for images -- but I've never seen moths or damaged clothes in our nearby closet. They seem to stick around the bathroom, where there's moisture, and I've never noticed a moth flying around in there either. Any ideas? Oh, I'm in the Los Angeles area.


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Reply Thu 17 Aug, 2017 04:51 am
It's some sort of Caddis Fly larvae.
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