Moth - Wikipedia
An adult male pine processionary moth (Thaumetopoea pityocampa).This species is a serious forest pest when in larval state. Notice the bristle springing from the underside of the hindwing and running forward to be held in a small catch of the forewing, whose function is to link the wings together.
The Moth - Official Site
The Moth is an acclaimed not-for-profit organization dedicated to the art & craft of storytelling. It has presented true & first person stories worldwide.
Moth Identification Guide
Giant Silkworm Moths and Royal Moths (Saturniidae family, Bombycoidea superfamily, Macrolepidoptera, Obtectomera, Apoditrysia, Ditrysia) They are the biggest and arguably the showiest members of Lepidoptera, but reproduction is the focus of their short, relatively uneventful adult lives: they are not able to eat.
Moth Control: How to Get Rid of Moths - Orkin.com
Read more information about how Orkin Treats for Moths. Signs of a Moth Infestation. Moth signs depend greatly on the species. Indoors, moths are detected by the adults as they fly about the room or rest on surfaces.
Moth | Definition of Moth by Merriam-Webster
2: any of various usually nocturnal lepidopteran insects with antennae that are often feathery, with a stouter body, duller coloring, and proportionately smaller wings than the butterflies, and with larvae that are plant-eating caterpillars
Moth | Define Moth at Dictionary.com
Moth definition, any of numerous insects of the order Lepidoptera, generally distinguished from the butterflies by having feathery antennae and by having crepuscular or nocturnal habits. See more.
HELLYEAH - Moth
Music video by HELLYEAH performing Moth. (C) 2014 Eleven Seven Music.