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  Moth - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Several moth species in the family Tineidae are commonly regarded as pests because their larvae eat fabric such as clothes and blankets made from natural proteinaceous fibers such as wool or silk.
It may be moths navigate by maintaining a constant angular relationship to a bright celestial light (such as the moon), but on encountering a bright artificial light it navigates by maintaining a constant angle to the light, resulting in the moth flying in a spiral until it hits the light source.
The silkworm Bombyx mori is the larva of a moth.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Moth   (683 words)

 Status of the Gypsy Moth in Ohio
Three Gypsy moth surveys conducted by the Ohio Department of Agriculture revealed a slight increase in population densities on State and private forested areas throughout Ohio in 2005.
Due to increasing gypsy moth populations in northeastern Ohio, the State and Federal Departments of Agriculture established a quarantine in 1987 to limit the spread of this destructive pest.
This highly virulent and host-specific fungal pathogen of gypsy moth larvae, is known as one of the most important causes of mortality in Japanese gypsy moth populations.
www.dnr.state.oh.us /forestry/health/gypsymoth.htm   (599 words)

 Gypsy Moth Biology & Life Cycle
Gypsy moth undergoes four developmental life stages; these are the egg, larva (caterpillar), pupa, and adult.
Gypsy moth females lay between 500 to 1,000 eggs in sheltered areas such as underneath the bark of trees.
Gypsy moth caterpillars are easy to identify, because they possess characteristics not found on other leaf-feeding caterpillars.
web.aces.uiuc.edu /urban/gypsymoth/biology.html   (478 words)

 UC IPM: UC Management Guidelines for Codling Moth on Apple
Monitor pheromone-treated orchards carefully to assure that mated moths have not moved in from adjacent orchards and that the pheromone is successfully disrupting mating.
In orchards with high codling moth populations or in the first year of mating disruption, apply a treatment at 250 DD to catch the moths of the first peak of the overwintered moth flight (tebufenozide-Confirm would be applied at 600-700 DD).
In orchards where codling moth is managed primarily with insecticides, the need and timing for treatment is influenced by the codling moth pressure in the orchard, which can be determined by trap catches.
www.ipm.ucdavis.edu /PMG/r4300111.html   (2953 words)

 Review Article - Diamondback Moth
In 1953, diamondback moth became the first crop pest in the world to develop resistance to DDT (7, 83), and now in many countries diamondback moth has become resistant to every synthetic insecticide used against it in the field (174, 175).
These studies indicate that moths are able to remain in continuous flight for several days and cover distances of 1000 km per day, but how the moths survive at such low temperatures and high attitude is not known.
Using sprinkler irrigation to control diamondback moth in crops other than watercress, however, is not practical on a commercial farm because of the high cost and probable increase of diseases such as fl rot and downy mildew.
www.nysaes.cornell.edu /ent/dbm/review.html   (11060 words)

 Gypsy Moth in North America
In either 1868 or 1869, the gypsy moth was accidentally introduced near Boston, MA by E.
The gypsy moth is known to feed on on the foliage of hundreds of species of plants in North America but its most common hosts are oaks and aspen.
Gypsy moth hosts are located through most of the coterminous US but the highest concentrations of host trees are in the southern Appalachian Mtns., the Ozark Mtns., and in the northern Lake States.
www.fs.fed.us /ne/morgantown/4557/gmoth   (726 words)

 What's That Bug: Hummingbird Moths, Sphinx Moths or Hawk Moths
Your mating moths are Cerisy's Sphinxes, Smerinthus cerisyi.
The moth is relatively common in Pennsylvania, and ranges from southern Canada to Florida, and west to the Mississippi River.
Moths are not long lived, and your Azalea Sphinx may have just been nearing the end of a long, for an insect, life.
whatsthatbug.com /clearwing_moth.html   (9204 words)

 The Black Witch Moth: Its Natural & Culrtural History
The moth was known among the Mexicans as Micpapalotl, the butterfly of death.
As none of the moths were observed prior to the hurricane's arrival, this raises the question of whether they came across the Gulf with the storm.
Drake, V.A. Radar observations of moths migrating in a nocturnal low-level jet.
www.texasento.net /witch.htm   (4131 words)

 UC IPM: UC Management Guidelines for Codling Moth on Pear
In orchards with high codling moth populations or in the first year of mating disruption, apply an insecticide application at 250 DD from the first biofix to catch the moths of the first peak of the overwintered moth flight (tebufenozide-Confirm would be applied at 600-700 DD).
In orchards where codling moth is managed primarily with insecticides, the need and timing for treatment is influenced by the codling moth pressure in the orchard, which can be determined by pheromone trap catches.
For low to moderate moth populations, a single application is usually sufficient; make this application when 200 to 250 DD have accumulated from the second biofix.
www.ipm.ucdavis.edu /PMG/r603300111.html   (2966 words)

 International Moth Class Association of Australia
Moth sailors throughout the galaxy are invited to go to this page to have a download fest of paperwork that includes the Nationals entry form, Sailing Instructions (final), Notice of Race (version 2) and, most importantly, the first draft of the social program.
General news from Mic Boode: "All competitors who will be arriving with Moths on trailers are advised that once boats are unloaded, the trailers are to be taken to Ronstan, where they will be stored in a locked area for the duration of the regatta.
After much persuassion, the Australian Moth Messageboard has finally been upgraded to a new PHP Forum with pretty colours and smiley faces for those who are into that stuff.
www.moth.asn.au   (2375 words)

 Moth Photographers Group -- Living Moths 30   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Photos are preferred of moths oriented head upward rather than at an angle.
Plume moths are easily recognized by their characteristic "T"-shaped resting posture and the lobed or divided wings of most species.
Because the identification of Plume Moths, when based solely on photographs, is so difficult, it should be understood that some of the identifications given here are at best tentative.
www.origins.tv /MothPhotographersGroup/Files/Live/Living30.htm   (609 words)

 moth - the object oriented computer graphics environment for linux, opengl, game, virtual reality, rendering, C++, XML, ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Welcome to the home of the moth - the free modelling and rendering environment for the GNU Linux operating system.
Moth consists of a 3D modelling program and of a library.
The moth toolkit is particularly intended to be used by game developers and real time graphics programmers.
moth.titanothere.com   (116 words)

 Gypsy Moth Silvicultural Guidelines for Wisconsin   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
In the future, the relationship between the gypsy moth and the forest may stabilize because of an increase in the number of non-preferred species and the natural selection of preferred species that can withstand an attack by the gypsy moth.
F threshold, which is detrimental to the moth's egg mass, thus increasing the proportion of eggs that are able to hatch in the spring.
Susceptibility of oak regeneration in clearcuts to defoliation by gypsy moth.
www.dnr.state.wi.us /org/land/forestry/fh/GM/gmguide.htm   (4083 words)

 Brown Tussock Moth - Olene mendosa
The Brown Tussock Moth caterpillar is hairy, with four tussocks of hair on its back make it look like a toothbrush.
The moths is 30mm in length with hairy body.
Moths usually active at night, so we opened the jar and put it in our backyard at night.
www.geocities.com /brisbane_moths/BrownTussock.htm   (315 words)

 International Moth Class Association - Extreme single handed dinghy sailing   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Moth on the cover of a french sailing magazine (Cahiers de Régates, - Feb 2006) more...
Moth World Champion Rohan Veal is nominated for the Rolex World Sailor of the Year Award.
KA Sails are generously donating a brand new latest design KA Moth Sail to the 1st placed Junior at the Nationals.
www.moth-sailing.org   (1940 words)

 Photo # NH 96566-KN picture data   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Moth found trapped between points at Relay # 70, Panel F, of the Mark II Aiken Relay Calculator while it was being tested at Harvard University, 9 September 1945.
The operators affixed the moth to the computer log, with the entry: "First actual case of bug being found".
In 1988, the log, with the moth still taped by the entry, was in the Naval Surface Warfare Center Computer Museum at Dahlgren, Virginia.
history.navy.mil /photos/images/h96000/h96566kc.htm   (155 words)

 Moth Project   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Also, I recall seeing a movie (when I was very young and wasn't supposed to be watching the TV at that time of night) about a woman who turns into this big, hairy, blood-sucking, murderous moth.....so....I decided I had to have a BIG BUG.
PAINT: After painting the Moth with a dark gray undercoat, I covered the wings with a layer of 'single-ply *Kleenex Mache*' and put a thin coat of the dark gray on the wings.
EYES: Since I was using earrings for eyes, I covered the gold-plated areas of the earrings with paint and sealed the paint with a matte finish.
www.angelfire.com /nc2/CreatureOTNight/moth.htm   (716 words)

 Gypsy Moth Biology
The adult female moth is white with brown zig-zag markings on her wings and narrow antennae.
Newly hatched gypsy moth caterpillars do produce a thin silken thread that they use to surf the wind, but they do not have a central nest.
If you find a moth in your home (especially the kitchen) chances are it is not gypsy moth.
www.mda.state.mn.us /invasives/gmlifecycle.htm   (431 words)

 Ink 19 :: Moth
Moth here pulls off one hell of a bait-and-switch number on their first major-label album.
So what I'm thinking is that this is a great conspiracy: get the kids jumpin' with the imitation Alien Ant Farm songs, then hit 'em with the really interesting stuff later.
And although Moth now features a new bassist and drummer, the dudes on this record were actually Josh Freese (drummer for A Perfect Circle) and Tommy Stinson (he played thunderstick for the frickin' Replacements, fer chrissake).
www.ink19.com /issues/march2002/musicReviews/musicM/moth.html   (304 words)

 Gypsy Moth Information
This is the Wisconsin Department of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection web-site on gypsy moth.
Results of the trapping program are updated in November of each year and maps from past years are available by substituting the year between the /d____3/krig.gif.
This site has all the forms needed for a county suppression coordinator to apply for treatment of gypsy moth outbreaks under the cost shared suppression program.
www.co.waupaca.wi.us /uwex/gypsy_moth_information.htm   (441 words)

 The Moth Record Cleaning Machine
As a guide to it's ultimate effectiveness I normally clean my stylus after every play, since using the Moth it has remained untouched for 30 sides or more and is pristine.
With me the Moth had an easy time as my records are often second hand and I have smoky wood fires, but I would recommend it to anyone who falls into the catagories at the beginning of this review.
However the Moth is the cheapest and in kit form is not a luxury but an essential purchase for any record buyer.
www.tnt-audio.com /sorgenti/moth_e.html   (876 words)

The emblem of the Order is a tin hat surmounted by a lighted candle, flanked by reversed crossed rifles, and surrounded by twelve stars.
The Flag of the Order is composed of three equal perpendicular panels of Dark blue, red and sky blue representing the three services from which the Order originates and carries the Tin Hat and Candle symbol in the centre.
Subject in all cases to the production to MOTH General Headquarters of satisfactory documentary proof of such service, personnel are eligible for membership of the Order who served:
www.moth.org.za   (683 words)

 Gypsy Moth Bulletins
E-2281 "Gypsy Moth Homeowners Guide" Two pages, front and back on what to look for through how to deal with the problem if your area is affected.
This bulletin also displays color photos of gypsy moth caterpillars killed by this biocontrol agent, as well as contrasting photos of a gypsy moth caterpillar killed by the NPV virus.
Focuses on living with the gypsy moth infestations and nature's methods of reducing gypsy moth populations.
www.ent.msu.edu /gypsyed/docs/bulletins.html   (557 words)

 Gypsy Moth - Learn About These Destructive Tree Caterpillars
Like the tale of the sorcerer’s apprentice, the gypsy moth is an example of an experiment gone horribly wrong.
The moth was brought to the United States in 1869 in a failed attempt to start a silkworm industry.
Escaping soon after, the gypsy moth has become, over the past century, a major pest in the northeastern United States and southeastern Canada.
www.gypsy-moth.com   (82 words)

 NCFM Moth
The Moth is one of the most versatile 48" EPP flying wings available.
It can be bungee launched and specked in flatland thermals, slam a turn and fire out the other side in slope competition, or dropped into the backside for high speed dynamic soaring.
Combine that with the "bounce-n-toss" durability of EPP foam, and The Moth has proven to be a serious racing contender, DS screamer, and an all around blast to fly!
www.northcountyflyingmachines.com /moth.htm   (116 words)

Brad Stenz formed MOTH out of a garage in Cincinnati and guitarist "The Billionaire" joined shortly after.
All together they make MOTH's songs a reality night after night and continue to stun their ever increasing audiences.
It seriously was the best day of my life seeing MOTH and AVA live.
www.myspace.com /moth   (916 words)

 Tiger Moth - Use your huge Tiger Moth body to crash into the bulbs and smash them into pieces.
Tiger Moth - Use your huge Tiger Moth body to crash into the bulbs and smash them into pieces.
Use your huge Tiger Moth body to crash into the bulbs and smash them into pieces.
You must hit as many light bulbs as possible before the lizard clambers to the top of the wire and short circuits the whole house.
tiger-moth.freeonlinegames.com   (194 words)

 International Moth Class Association of Holland
Burkhard has won from 1990 to 1993 and since this was the first championship since than he has now been national champion for 16 years in a row!
Koos Winnips has recently bought a narrow second-hand moth and is learning to sail it.
Moth sailor nominated World Sailor of the Year
www.moth.nl   (202 words)

 Invasive Species: Animals - Cactus Moth (Cactoblastis cactorum)
Preliminary assessment of the potential impacts and risks of the invasive cactus moth, Cactoblastis cactorum Berg, in the U.S. and Mexico (Apr 25, 2005; PDF
The Possible Expansion of the Cactus Moth, Cactoblastis cactorum, in the USA and Mexico [VIII Trilateral Committee Meeting - Invasive Species as a Trilateral Challenge, Albuquerque, New Mexico (Apr 29, 2003)] (power point presentation) (10.7 MB)
Tracking the Cactus Moth, Cactoblastis cactorum Berg., as it flies and eats its way westward in the U.S. [News of the Lepidopterists' Society, Spring 2004 - Volume 46, Number 1 (written by Federal and University scientists)] (PDF
www.invasivespeciesinfo.gov /animals/cactusmoth.shtml   (392 words)

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