Liam Willett: I suddenly found these worms living in my bathroom and I thought I had discovered a new species :/ I live in Singapore
Allaine Stephanie: i just saw this 5 minutes ago after searching what it its
Kakazua Gagata: I saw this odd little guy weeks ago and I thought I have found a new species :(
Kenzo B: Plaster bagworm aka Phereoeca uterella.
TheEmilynazario: Great, I am glad is just not my house.I have found few of them and was afraid, so yes I drawn them. Afraid they might damage my husbands's suits.
MoebiusTripper: I had a very hard time trying to find the name of this pest...Thanks for the video...That's the little critter alright in my bathroom....When I find them I put them in my garage so they can eat the spider webs they are said to like....
Poonam Khandare: R these harmful /???
Rita Mama: I found one of these in the bathroom of our home in Naples florida. Never saw it before, but I will be looking for more.
Sophia Kiwie: A plaster bagworm
CaptainChaos88: Omgthat one is huge!
Timothy Bovasso: Thats what they are!! Noticed them in Brevard county florida.
xlrEAGLE: They eat spider webs. Spider actually eat them.
xlrEAGLE: They are useful scavengers. If you don't want them around keep the area free of old spider webs and dead bugs, or make sure the spider webs have spiders. The spider love them!
Zezza Boono: Don't kill them! Get moth balls and space bags, store your sweaters. I hear these lil guys eat spiders. I'd happily oblige them if they truly are spider eaters. They are your friends! Yeah, they are kinda cute, huh? As long as they're contained, lol. Much respect!
Jung: I almost died today when i saw one of these moving on my wall thought it was just a piece of dust then its head popped out oooo i still have the chills i have a slight phobia of small worm like things. I live in california so we gottem too. Im just about done doing a complete ovehaul cleaning of my room. they hate the cold so if you have them indoors air conditioners will deter them.
New Era Natural Pest Control: Plaster bagworms, are frequently found on stucco walls in high-humidity climates, particularly Florida and Louisiana. Although plaster bagworms are harmless, their nests are unattractive and their larvae may feed on household rugs and clothing made of natural fibers. Regular housecleaning, humidity control and elimination of food sources should keep the insects off your walls and out of your home.
duff558: they are in Australia too
IYN Minizmal: It eat my hair . bagworm ..badworm
New Era Natural Pest Control: We have these in South Florida. Plaster bagworms are well known here! They feed on spider webs. Get rid of the spider problem and you remove the food source. They are however, dfficult to remove from the walls. Scraping them off with a hard brush is needed.
jonson ponce: in the philippines they are hanging on the walls