Carpet beetle larvae are elongated and appear to be fuzzy or hairy. They leave their molted skins behind, so you might find small piles of fuzzy.
Carpet beetle larvae look like very, very small fuzzy caterpillars; however they are far from harmless. They feed on fabric, clothing, and.
They look like small, miniature ladybird beetles (lady bugs) but with a black shell and yellow spots. Varied carpet beetle larvae appear brownish in color and appear to be “hairy” or “bristly.” Black carpet beetle (Attagenus unicolor). The black.