Whiteshouldered House Moth Endrosis sarcitrella
Many of the worms of the Codling Moths, Concealer Moths or House Moths (Oecophoridae) are notorious creatures that can destruct clothes, blankets and other stuff made of natural fibers in a short time. Luckily only a very few are really destructive indoors. In spite of its name the Whiteshouldered House Moth is more likely to be found in a stable or a silo than in the house. In nature some of the clothes moths' caterpillars also feed on dead material such as hairs and feathers. They can be found in old birds nests, holes and dens or pellets. So, it is not hard to understand they think of human clothes as a treat. The caterpillars of the Whiteshouldered House Moth prefer flour over clothes though.