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Moth are

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Carnivorous
Omnivorous
Herbivorous
Leafyvorous


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What is the standard life span time of Moth ?

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40 days
55 days
25 days
90 days


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What is the color of Moth ?

Red and Black
Red, Black and Yellow
Red, Black, Yellow and Orange
Red, Black, Yellow, Orange and Brown


The Moth different colors are : Red, Black, Yellow, Orange, Brown, White.

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What is the name of moth family where female don''t have wings ?

Carpenter moths
Tussock moths
Hook-tipped moths
Sphinx moths


Many females of the Tussock family of moths don''t have wings.

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What is the speed of world''s fastest fling insect of Hawk moth ?

35 kmph
42 kmph
64 kmph
50 kmph


The Hawk moth (Sphinx) is the worlds fastest flying insect attaining speed of over 50 kmph.

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What is the life period of some moth in colder climates ?

One year
Two year
Six months
Nine months


In colder climates some moths can have a two year life cycle.

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How many methods are used by moth for navigation ?

One
Three
Five
Two


Moths navigate by two methods. They use the moon and stars when available and geomagnetic clues when light sources are obscured.

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In which continent, more than 90 percent of people eat moth and butterfly caterpillars ?

In some American countries
In some European countries
In some Asian countries
In some African countries


More than 90 percent of people in some African countries eat moth and butterfly caterpillars, according to a 2004 survey by the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations.

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Moths are not easily differentiated from butterflies. Sometimes the name "___________" is used for moths while the term "Rhopalocera" is used for butterflies to formalize the popular distinction. Fill in the blank.

Heterocera
Ditrysia
Dutch
Neolepidoptera


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The study of butterflies and moths is known as

Heteroceratery
lepidoptery
maggotery
rhopaloceratery


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