What are the adaptations of the zodiac moth?
The zodiac moth is different from other moths because it is active during the day, whereas most moths are active at night.
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This is a large and attractive moth and in many ways resembles a swallow tail butterfly. It is a diurnal moth (meaning that it is active during the day), as is flits around the rainforest or sips nectar from flowers with its long proboscis. It can be recognised as a moth because it rests with its wings outspread, unlike butterflies which rest with wings together most of the time. The larvae of this moth feed…
The internal processing of biological and environmental inputs and stimuli is the way that moths evolve. Understanding of moth evolution may be achieved by comparison of extant with extinct species since there are adaptations and non-adaptations that distinguish the two. It also will be advanced by comparing subspecies of a same-species genus since biological adaptations often speak volumes about biogeography.