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  1. The Moth is an acclaimed not-for-profit organization dedicated to the art & craft of storytelling. It has presented true & first person stories worldwide.
  2. Moth definition is - clothes moth. 2: any of various usually nocturnal lepidopteran insects with antennae that are often feathery, with a stouter body, duller coloring, and proportionately smaller wings than the butterflies, and with larvae that are plant-eating caterpillars.
  3. As with all lepidopterans, the moth life cycle has four stages: egg, larva (caterpillar), pupa (chrysalis), and adult (imago). The larvae and adults of most moth species are plant eaters. Larvae in particular do considerable damage to ornamental trees and shrubs and to many other plants of economic importance.
  4. moth (môth, mŏth) n. pl. moths (môthz, mŏthz, môths, mŏths) 1. Any of numerous insects of the order Lepidoptera, generally distinguished from butterflies by their nocturnal activity, hairlike or feathery antennae, stout bodies, and the frenulum that holds the front and back wings together. 2. A clothes moth. [Middle English motthe, from Old.
  5. Moth Facts & Information How To Identify & Control Moths Latin Name. Order Lepidoptera. Appearance What do moths look like? Wings: Moths typically have two pairs of wings covered in scales.; Eyes: They have a coiled proboscis and large compound eyes.; Size: Moths vary dramatically in appearance and size depending on the dejuggpecapsympmysq.fleetefselanicanetlovalistbiwe.co are massive and others tiny.
  6. Sep 11,  · Moth eggs can easily infiltrate your closet by affixing themselves to these materials, so scraping them off regularly can help keep any moth larvae from getting inside.
  7. The Peppered Moth of Europe is commonly cited as a classic example in evolution, and was studied by H. B. D. Kettlewell as an example of "industrial melanism. Moths with salt and pepper colored wings are not detected on bark that contains lichens of similar colors and patterns.
  8. Jul 28,  · Moth-pollinated flowers tend to be fragrant and white, such as the yucca plant. Plants with these features allow nocturnal moths to easily find flowers after dark. Some moths pollinate by day.