Friday, August 27, 2010

Is it a moth or butterfly?

I think it's a moth.



Moths are primarily nocturnal insects. They use the moon and stars to navigate; which is why they get so confused with house lights. Adult moths don't feed; infact most moths don't even have mouths. They use a probiscus to drink nectar. Some moths don't even do that; they rely on the fat stored from their caterpillar stage to survive long enough to reproduce, then die. It's the larvae that are the pests that eat your sweaters.

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