[at-l] lambs

Jan Lite liteshoe at gmail.com
Tue Mar 9 11:04:09 CST 2010

   1. *Indianmeal Moth*,
   Besides infesting all cereal food products and whole grains, larvae also
   feed on a wide variety of foods and feeds such as dried fruits, powdered
   ohioline.osu.edu/hyg-fact/2000/2089.html -
   2. *Indian Meal Moths*: a Pantry
   *Indian meal moths* are the most common of these so-called "pantry
   pests."1 As adult moths they are harmless, other than to your sensibilities
   as a good *...*
   www.pesticide.org/pubs/alts/*moths*/*indianmealmoths*.html -

You have Indian Meal Moths.
Yes, they are everywhere, even in pet food. The interesting thing is - why
doesn't everything have it?

You can refrigerate grains when you get home. Hard to get ride of them.
There are pheremone traps you can buy that are useful.

Above are two googled article.
Extra protein, Grasshoppa!

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> Date: Tue, 09 Mar 2010 11:15:48 -0500
> From: Felix J <AThiker at smithville.net>
> Subject: [at-l] lambs
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> So...can somebody tell me this?  How do those little moth-like things
> get into the sealed packs of oatmeal? I opened a packet
> the other day and it had the tell-tale cobwebs on the side of the packet
> and a mealy look to it. so, how do those things get in
> there? Are they in there to begin with?
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