How to Get Rid of Moth Larvae in a Carpet?

Answer Moth Larvae ruins carpets. Small white rice-like cocoons enjoy feasting on household fabric. Moths lay these eggs in dry areas, so carpet is an ideal breeding ground for moth larvae. While it may n... Read More »

Top Q&A For: How to Get Rid of Moth Larvae in a Carpet

Is this a carpet beetle larvae?

It is definitely not a bug of any sort. It looks like either dirt, or a really tiny poop. If it's not moving, don't worry. Trash it and go to sleep.Could you help me? Read More »

What Qualities Does a Moth Have That Makes it a Moth?

Moths and butterflies both belong to the scientific order Lepidoptera. According to "Butterflies and Moths" by David A. Carter, there are approximately 170,000 species of Lepidoptera. Butterflies a... Read More »

The Effects of Magnets on Larvae?

Magnetism, in the form of electromagnetic fields, is a major health concern due to the recent increase of fields generated from the cellular phone and communication industries. Increasing levels of... Read More »

Hookworm Larvae Adaptation?

Hookworms throughout the world are most prominent in constantly moist, warm climates. Two species of hookworm, Ancylostoma duodenale and Necator americanus, infect more than 740 million people all ... Read More »