yes moths can eat leaves
other bugs,leaves,grass,and dry skin
I think they eat *grass *leaves *milk it took us a while to figure this out :) but they also drink water!
They Eat Mulberry Leaves.
Many insects eat grass and other vegetation. Insects including caterpillars and other larva eat tiny pieces of grass and leaves because they can not open their moths up large enough to eat anything else.
cloth or grass
Yes, they usually eat types of leaves from trees, try experimenting with different kinds The silk worm larvae eat mulberry leaves but the moths like most moths eat nothing at all. Some moths will drink nectar.
Thay eat leaves
they eat leaves and drink nectar.
Moths eat at all stages of their lives. Once they hatch from their egg, they will eat on the plant leaves where they were laid.
The adult moths do not have functioning mandibles, so they do not eat anything. The larvae of some tiger moth species are grass-feeders, but most feed on plantains.
Yes deer do eat grass and leaves.
Gypsy Moths as caterpillars will eat almost any kind of tree leaves and branches, but they prefer that of the Oak or Aspen tress. Adult Gypsy Moths do not eat anything.
trees and leaves foilage
Earthworms eat decaying matter from animals or plants, including grass and leaves.
They eat mulberry leaves and drink water or dew.
Caterpillars are the larval form of butterflies and moths and eat leaves voraciously.
Inchworms are the larvae of moths. They eat leaves of trees in the spring.
They do eat grass. Although though they much rather eat leaves
No. Koalas eat eucalyptus leaves and, occasionally, flowers. They do not eat grass.
mostly tree docile and archer leaves