Scientific Name: Sitroga cerealella
The Angoumois Grain Moth larvae, Sitroga cerealella, feeds on and develops in stored grain kernel and occasionally in fields. The moths have roughly ½ inch wing spread and are pale brown in color. Infested grain develops a bad odor and with warmth and humidity the moths reproduce and develop more quickly. The female will lay roughly 40 eggs and can have 4-12 generations per year.