I have a mount that is six years old. When I cleaned it this past summer I noticed I had some bald spots on my mount. I looked up some things on moths and beetles , but didn't think that was the case. I was thinking it might have been slippage all this time. I never found any moths but I did see some strands of white that looked like the root of the hair. I found some spots today that are concerning me. I have one small bald spot on both sides of the deer's head that are the size of a pea. One is below the eye and the other is to the back of it. They have no thick white strands like I have found in other areas of this mount. Some places I find the white strands, doesn't seem to be missing hair. It almost looks like dried fat . I have some pretty big bald spots on the shoulder of the deer. When I pull the hair back there is nothing but form under neath it about the size of a quarter. I can cover most of it up with the hair from around it, but I am concerned about it being a Moth or Beatle and getting worse. I kind of remember having a small area there when I first picked it up. I don't know if I have made it worse by picking at it or if I have bugs. Does anyone have any pictures of what the larva or roots of hair will look like with this problem? I have read they look like rice crispies, but the white strands I have found the most find are pretty skinny and long. I also don't recall any moths flying around or any clothes that were damaged.