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Anthrenus flavipes LeConte, 1854 - (furniture carpet beetle)
This carpet beetle is widely distributed and is mainly known as a household and storage pest. It breeds on woollen fabrics and other dried animal products. Outside buildings, it can be found in nests of birds and mammals.
The adults are around 2½ to 3 mm long, round, with a black colour, but covered with white and orange-brown scales. The larvae are covered with long hair.