No they do not, moth larve eat clothes but adult moths eat nothing.
No, different moths eat different things.
tiger moths ,(,like most moths ,adult moths) drink nectar ,baby moths eat clothes.
Yess , little ones eat your clothes but adult ones dont eat your clothes
Moths eat cotton clothes.
they dont eat plants they eat clothes.
woolen clothes or fabrics
frankly it doesnt it isnt do hrm to you but it lays eggs in you clothes and also eat your clothes but im also depends if the moths harmfull
no they do not.they can eat your clothes though
Well you could say that moths eat cloth, but that isn't entirely true. The term 'moth-eaten' refers to the fact that moths "eat" cloth,but moths don't truly eat cloth or clothes. They chew holes in it to lay their eggs. Hope this helped! :)
There are many species of moth, and the different species like to eat different things. Most moths eat plant material such as nectar, wheat or leaves.
Clothes moths are not particularly dangerous to humans, but as their name implies, they are harmful to clothing because they eat holes in it. The real name for a clothing moth is Tineola bisselliella.
Ants do not typically eat clothes, but moths do. Ants might eat other ants when they are hungry. If you fear that ants might eat your clothes, keep something lavender scented in your closet to deter them.
Only wool a good way to repel them is with ceder wood.
yes, it is kinda like that. That's what moth holes are in clothes.
Clothes moths are well-known as pests of stored woolens, but they will eat a wide range of other fibers including hair, fur, silk, felt and feathers.
cockroaches and roach and black beetles!! They all eat clothes especially cashmere clothes. Better get some pesticide company to get them killed
Moths will lay eggs in clothes, and the larvae will later eat the fabric.
Unsure, but probably no since Moths are mostly known to eat clothes and whatnot.
Clothes Moths ( or rather their larval, caterpillar stage).
Some moths lay eggs which hatch into larvae, these eat holes in clothing, etc. These moths are called clothes moths; scientifically they are from the Family Tineinae the most common offenders are Tineola bisselliella (Hummel, 1823), Tinea pellionella (Linnaeus, 1758) and Trichophaga tapetzella(Linnaeus, 1758). However, there are over 3,000 species in the family and many are able to eat keratine which makes them potential "clothes eaters".
Baby moths eat wood and grown-up moths eat cotton
No. Spiders eat moths.
they do not eat because they have no moths