Yes, they are the larva of the wax moth.
They're insectivores so they eat wax worms, meal worms, super worms, flies, moths, and grasshoppers.
Baby moths eat wood and grown-up moths eat cotton
No. Spiders eat moths.
they do not eat because they have no moths
tiger moths ,(,like most moths ,adult moths) drink nectar ,baby moths eat clothes.
Adult Crickets, Locusts, Mealworms, Superworms, Zoophobias, Waxworms, Wax Moths, or Pinky Mice
yes moths can eat leaves
Brown moths eat nectar.
No, bats do eat moths though.
flying moths eat bugs.
Moths don't eat grubs.
Moths eat nectar and other fluids. Bats, birds and spiders eat moths
Moths do not eat any insects! they eat silk only!
moon moths do not eat anything they have no mouth.
frogs eat insects, such as moths
Yes ,some moths eat cotton plant .Moths will only eat cotton if it is blended with an animal fiber.
Moths do NOT eat clothes but they like chewing and nibbling them.
Because moths eat clothes.That's usually what they mostly eat.
No, different moths eat different things.
No they do not, moth larve eat clothes but adult moths eat nothing.
you can.. but why would you want to eat wax ?
Moths eat grass and leaves or any plant.
brown house moths eat fruit and veg.
Luna moths do eat nectar but you will see them eat cloth more often.