frogs eat insects, such as moths
yes because moths are insects
Turtles eat moths, flies, grasshoppers, and other insects
they eat insects and mosquitoes they also eat moths, mealworms, waxworms, crickets and any other moths, or worms
Moths are known to eat certain types of fabric.
Mostly cloths and smaller insects.
Sand frogs will eat a variety of insects. They will eat mainly worms, but will eat moths on occasion. They may also eat other frogs.
Moths are insects, all insects are invertebrates: moths are invertebrates.
Redwood moths eat small insects and sometimes nectar or juices from plants. This moth has a lifespan of about two months.
Many bats feed on night-flying insects, as moths would fit in that category.
Pipistrelle bats eat small insects such as gnats, flies and moths, as well as aquatic insects. They may eat up to 3000 insects in a single night.
Moths are insects. All insects are classified as invertebrates.
There are only a few types of insects that feed on lichens, which include moths and beetles. Reindeer and caribou also eat them.
No, although dragonflies sometimes eat butterflies as well as various other insects including moths and aquatic insects.
They feed primarily on Moths and other large flying insects.
Diet in the Wild They eat mainly insects such as moths, locusts, and roaches.
No, moths are insects.
Meal Worms, Insects, Spiders, Crickets, Cockroaches, and Moths
crickets, moths, beetles, spiders, most insects...
Moths are insects and insects do not have days on them. So there!
Frogs like to eat meat. If the frogs are of small or average, they eat flies, moths and other small insects. But if the frogs are large, they eat bigger insects such as worms and grasshoppers.
Mexican Free-Tailed Bats eat insects, such as mosquitoes, flies, beetles, and moths. They help farmers by eating cotton bollworm moths.
Hooded warblers are insectivores, meaning they eat insects. This includes, but is not limited to, arthropods such as flies, ants, wasps, moths, moths' larvae, caddisflies, spiders, and beetles.
Moths will lay eggs in clothes, and the larvae will later eat the fabric.
Seeds,Nuts, insects such as bettles or moths and even Bees!