Moths do not eat any insects! they eat silk only!
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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.
golden silk spiders eat: flies wasp bees small moths and butterflies
They eat mulberry leaves and drink water or dew.
"Silk moth" can either refer to Bombyx mori, the species used in the commercial production of silk, or any moth in the family Saturniidae (giant silk moths). Both of these are types of moths. Bombyx mori is a medium-sized white moth with large feathery antennae that was native to China and east Asia. Saturniidae, commonly called "giant silk moths" are a very diverse group of moths found throughout the world. They tend to be large moths with gaudy colors whose caterpillars spin thick silken cocoons. The silk of Saturniidae has not been successfully used for commercial purposes.
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.
Yes, clothing moths love to eat through wool and mohair. They also like to eat through other natural fibers such as cotton and silk.
If by silk moth you mean Bombyx mori, the moth used to produce silk commercially, then no. If you mean the Saturniid moths, often called "silk moths" colloquially, then yes.
25 varities of silk moths are found in india
Moth are known to eat wool, hair, fur, silk, feathers and felt.
There are five varieties of silk moths found in India. These silk moths in India include the Muga, the Tasar, the Oak Tasar, the Eri, and the Muga.
Yes. Silk fibre comes from their cocoons.
Silkworms the caterpillar of the silk moths are white. They eat the leaves of mulberry trees.
Moths do not produce silk. The silkworm produces silk. The pupa of the silk worm is killed before they turn into a moth so the silk that was produced inside can be removed.
Polyphemus Moths are a species of giant silkworm moths
Moths eat natural substances such as hair and they enjoy eating fabric such as wool and silk. They like to stay out of the light so I would say the basement or in between the folds of clothing and fabrics.
They lie to hide in the folds and eat wool, silk, carpet, natural fibers, mostly any type of fabric.
Baby moths eat wood and grown-up moths eat cotton
No. Spiders eat moths.
they do not eat because they have no moths
One of the rarest moths in the world is the giant silk moth. Very few of this species have ever been found or seen in the wild.
tiger moths ,(,like most moths ,adult moths) drink nectar ,baby moths eat clothes.
Yes, they do. They eat roaches, moths, flies, anything that they can get their fangs on. Some of the giant centipedes also eat toads and pinky mice.
it eats smaller dragon flies, moths, bees, mosquitoes and other insects