shiny gold/brown moth roughly 10mm in length. The wing tips have a furry/feathery look and the wings themselves have dark brown spots (even if those can simply be rubbed off). The larvae of these bugs can lead to substantial harm after they feed on articles that contain wool, mohair, fur, hair, feathers or other products of animal beginning.
The Brown space Moth will even feed on different natural particles including dried or mouldy food waste. The female lays as much as 500 white eggs at the floor of materials which can hatch into larvae in as little as 10 days. The duration of larval trend is 6 weeks (below perfect conditions), throughout which period the larvae actively feed on fabrics etc.