Stored Product Pests
These are insects that tend to assemble around food kept in store rooms and cupboards, especially substances like, flour, dry grains, flavors, confections and chocolate. To figure out how to avoid or dispose store room bugs, checkout our profiles on grain beetle and Indian moth.
Indian Meal Moths
The Indian meal moth derived its name when an insect researcher found it eating corn meal otherwise known as Indian meal. From both wing tips, an adult moth is usually between five-eight to three-fourth of an inch in length.
Merchant Grain Beetles
Although these insects are not mainly found in grains, but they like to pounce on cereals, macaroni, chocolate and cake mixes. Merchant grain beetles have dark brown colors, and six saw-like teeth can be found on both sides of their bodies. A matured merchant giant can grow up to one-eight of an inch long with flat bodies.