moth [mɔθ; (-) mɔ:θ]
- Moth whose larvae are spring cankerworms.
- Small moth whose larvae damage stored grain and flour.
- Moth whose larvae are tent caterpillars.
- Large asiatic moth introduced into the united states; larvae feed on the ailanthus.
- Usually tropical slender-bodied long-legged moth whose larvae are crop pests.
- A marble-sized ball originally of camphor but now of naphthalene stored with clothes to repel moths.
- Moth whose larvae live in and feed on bee honeycombs.
- What in the name of corn on the cob is goin'on around here?
- Medium-sized hairy moths; larvae are lappet caterpillars.
- Small dull-colored moth with chewing mouthparts.
- Moth whose larvae form nests by rolling and tying leaves with spun silk.
- Moderate-sized asiatic moth whose larvae feed on mulberry leaves and produce silk.