Embed Wood Borer Moth Frass

Wood Borer Moth Frass Larvae of wood boring moths (Sesiidae or Cossidae) leave distinctive piles of frass under the bark of host trees. The frass pellets are cylindrical in shape. I believe this frass was left by clearwing moth larvae (Sesiidae) because the pellets were only a couple mm long. 

Habitat: Under the bark of a snag in a mixed forest
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