For a warm woolen sweater, no enemy is terrible than a wrapping mole. If the wardrobe started mole, then at one fine moment you risk discovering holes on your clothes that the cunning insect was glad. What is so tasty finds mole in the inedible, seemingly clothes?
Perhaps it will be unexpected for you that the flying moth you are chasing around the house with a newspaper in your hands just does not know how ... there is. Yes, yes, in adult moths there is absolutely no appetite due to the absence of a mouth of the mouth, but its larvae has an excellent appetite, which will get out of eggs pending in clothing.
This is interesting: If you are watching a flying moth, then it is most likely male. Pregnant females are often experiencing difficulties with movement and prefer to hide in dark and secluded places (for example, in the wardrobe), where several hundred eggs can postpone at a time.
As soon as the larvae appears on the light, they need nutrients of natural origin, for example, protein, which in excess is in things from natural raw materials. Hungry caterpillars are attacked on animal fabrics and eat a navy behind a vile, leaving the end of the hole. Well, at least you can please that your exposed clothing is truly made of natural wool. But do not be surprised if you suddenly see that synthetic clothing is also exeted - the purposeful larvae did not eat, but simply broke the cloth, making his way to their goal.
It's interesting: If you think that the wrapped mole appeared only when a person began to produce clothes, it is, of course, not so. Handling moth exists in the wild for a long time, and instead of warm wardrobes lay eggs into the nests of various animals. There, the larvae feed on the animal wool dropped, after which they reach the ripe age and fly away.