Understanding Carpet Beetles
Size: As adults, most carpet beetle species range in length from 1 to 4 mm.
Body: Their bodies are round in form.
Color:Black, white, and yellow with a pattern are the colors. Orange coloring is also possible in several carpet beetle species.
Larvae: The larvae are normally light brown to black in color and covered in thick, occasionally barbed, hairs.At this stage of development, there are three distinct golden hairs on the abdomen.They typically have a little greater size than adult beetles and are about 2.5 cm long.
Carpet Beetle Facts
Beetles – General Facts
Black Carpet Beetles
Boric Acid and Carpet Beetles
Carpet Beetle Bites
Carpet Beetle Damage and Problems
Carpet Beetle Eggs
Carpet Beetle Infestation
Carpet Beetle Larvae
Around the House
Carpet Beetle Larvae in Furniture
Do Carpet Beetles Fly?
Life Cycle of Carpet Beetles
What Eats Carpet Beetle Larvae?