Casebearing Moth Larva from Serbia

Hi all,

Please find the pictures attached.

Location: Serbia, inside of my new house, on the wall above the bed.

The size of the bug is very small, like 2 ants maybe.

Sorry I have only one picture, I quickly disposed of the bug because I am scared it’s a larvae of a moth or something. Please let me know what this is and if it’s malicious.

Thanks!

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Hi to our Serbian Bug Friend!

We believe this is a Household Casebearing Moth Larva, a common worldwide species that is frequently found in homes.  You may read more about the Casebearing Moth Larva on What’s That Bug (biology information and removal techniques).

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