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What do giant moths eat?
Last Updated: 30th May, 2020
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Also to know is, do moths eat your clothes?
Simply put, it's impossible for adult mothstoeat your threads. Moth larvae have a fairlyspecificdiet, and so female moths typically pickclothes madefrom animal fibers such as silk, wool, cashmere,angora or fur,materials that contain keratin.
Similarly, how long do giant moths live? Adults of these species may survive for 8-9monthsor longer. Total life span includes time spent in the larvalandpupal stages, as well as the adult stage. Each speciesdescriptionin Butterflies and Moths of North Americaincludes the numberof annual "flights" for that species. A flightis a generation ofadults.
Also to know is, what does the giant leopard moth eat?
Giant leopard moth caterpillars enjoymunchingleafy plants like dandelions, violets, honeysuckle, citrusplants,magnolias, lilacs, and broadleaf plantains. If you don'tfind theplants in nature, you can buy a small pottedplant.
What do moths do to humans?
Adult moths lay tiny eggs on leaves andtwigs.These eggs hatch into larvae that are commonlycalledcaterpillars. The hairs of these caterpillarsareparticularly troubling because they can becomeairborne; thehairs are irritating when they touch the skin,but ifinhaled they can cause allergicreactions.