Showing 10 types of SNOUT MOTHS
Likely this is native to tropical regions of the world.
This is a native insect in North America, occurring throughout much of the eastern U.S. and in southern Canada.
This moth is native to South America.
Possibly native to North America.
A native of Europe and Asia, but now found throughout the world. The common name was given to the moth by an American entomologist who found it infesting cornmeal, or “Indian” corn.
Argument exists over whether this species originated in the Mediterranean or Central America, but it now is found throughout the world.
Native to the New World, and found in North and South America and the West Indies.
Likely this is native to tropical regions of the world but is found throughout the world at this time.
Found throughout the world in a wide variety of plant based products. It is found most often in humid climates, and is a severe problem in cocoa or nut meats originating in tropical countries.
Not found in literature, but this moth is found throughout the world.