Known as “butterflies of the night,” moths are nocturnal insects that are attracted to light in the dark. One of the ways moths defend themselves against predators in the dark is to have a dull or neutral color on their wings.
Moths are in the same scientific family as butterflies.
The larvae of moths mostly feed on plants, twigs and fungi.
Grease moths get their name from consuming rendered human fat.
Moths in their caterpillar stages have proven detrimental to farms, as they feed on growing plants.
Butterflies are thought to have originated from moths.
Fabric made of wool and silk can get destroyed by moths, which feed on them. Moths can be repelled from consuming fabrics by spraying floral or woodsy scents on them. Call today to have a pest control company come remove all moths from your home or place of business.
Midwest Pest Control
5405 Highway 12 E Aberdeen, SD 57401
Olson’s Pest Technician’s Aberdeen