The gypsy moth is in the AnimaliaKingdom.
The scientific name for a gypsy moth is (Lymantria dispar)
Um, no it grows up to be a Gypsy Moth.
well to decrease the population of the gypsy moth we are useing a spray that is called get rid of gypsy moth you should try it
The gypsy moth (Lymantria dispar) originates from Europe and Asia.
Good question.The Gypsy Moth was a type of moth that is common to England. The de Havilland DH 60 was first called simply as a "Moth". Maybe it was named this because its wings could be folded alongside the fuselage.In 1928 when the new de Havilland Gipsy I engine was installed did the airplane become the "Gypsy Moth".Actually, the gypsy moth, Lymantria dispar, has never been a common moth in England. It isn't clear to me if this question is about the moth or the airplane...
Melody A. Keena has written: 'Effects of laboratory rearing on gypsy moth (Lepidoptera: Lymantriidae)' -- subject(s): Gypsy moths as laboratory animals, Insect rearing, Gypsy moth, Variation 'Identification of gypsy moth larval color forms' -- subject(s): Gypsy moth, Identification, Larvae
Robert W. Campbell has written: 'Gypsy moth' -- subject(s): Gypsy moth 'Tree condition and mortality following defoliation by the gypsy moth' -- subject(s): Defoliation, Diseases and pests, Gypsy moth, Trees 'Forest stand responses to defoliation by the gypsy moth' -- subject(s): Defoliation, Disease and pest resistance, Food, Forest ecology, Gypsy moth, Physiology, Trees 'The analysis of numerical change in gypsy moth populations' -- subject(s): Gypsy moth, Insect populations, Mathematical models 'Day-to-day survival of late-instar western spruce budworm larvae and pupae' -- subject(s): Insects, Larvae, Pupae, Western spruce budworm 'Forecasting gypsy moth egg-mass density / by Robert W. Campbell' -- subject(s): Gypsy moth, Insect populations
If a gypsy moth is an insect (which it probably is) than it would have 6 legs like all other insects.
Gypsy moth cater pillars eat whatever leaves came off the tree/s they or it came from.
Paul Benoit has written: 'Gypsy moth in Canada' -- subject- s -: Behavior, Control, Gypsy moth
It depends on what type of moth, but one type, the Gypsy Moth, has 62 chromosomes.
A lymantria dispar, or gypsy moth, is a type of insect in the erebidae family of moths. There are several different types of gypsy moths, which are classified as subspecies to the lymantria dispar species.
Richard C Reardon has written: 'The gypsy moth nucleopolyhedrosis virus product' -- subject(s): Gypsy moth
Until it leaves
Europe and eastern Asia
coconut milk why to determine the good effect of itchiness caused by the gypsy moth larva.
Well, it all depends on the kind of moth. If it is a gypsy moth than about 17 days.
One coated with Weed
by growing feathers