FIELD GUIDE WEBBING CLOTHES MOTH

  1. WEBBING CLOTHES MOTH - FIELD GUIDE
    the most commonly encountered _ moth
    clothes
  2. WEBBING CLOTHES MOTH - FIELD GUIDE
    name comes from the _ _ _ _ which characteristically covers over the area upon which the larva is feeding
    larval produced silk webbing
  3. WEBBING CLOTHES MOTH - FIELD GUIDE
    name comes from the larval produced silk webbing which characteristically covers over the area upon which the larva is _
    feeding
  4. WEBBING CLOTHES MOTH - FIELD GUIDE
    Adults measure about # inch (12 mm) from _ to _
    • 1/2 inch
    • wing tip to wing tip
  5. WEBBING CLOTHES MOTH - FIELD GUIDE
    Wings and body uniformly _/_ color except for tuft of reddish setae (hairs) on top of head.
    buff/golden
  6. WEBBING CLOTHES MOTH - FIELD GUIDE
    Wings and body uniformly buff/golden color except for tuft of _ setae (hairs) on top of head.
    reddish
  7. WEBBING CLOTHES MOTH - FIELD GUIDE
    Wings and body uniformly buff/golden color except for tuft of reddish _ (hairs) on top of head.
    setae
  8. WEBBING CLOTHES MOTH - FIELD GUIDE
    Wings and body uniformly buff/golden color except for tuft of reddish setae/_ on top of head.
    hairs
  9. WEBBING CLOTHES MOTH - FIELD GUIDE
    Wings and body uniformly buff/golden color except for tuft of reddish setae (hairs) on top of _
    head
  10. WEBBING CLOTHES MOTH - FIELD GUIDE
    Hind wing _ fringed with long hairs
    margins
  11. WEBBING CLOTHES MOTH - FIELD GUIDE
    Hind wing margins fringed with _ _
    long hairs
  12. WEBBING CLOTHES MOTH - FIELD GUIDE
    Mature larva up to # inch (12 mm) long
    1/2
  13. WEBBING CLOTHES MOTH - FIELD GUIDE
    _ and shiny except for brownish head.
    whitish
  14. WEBBING CLOTHES MOTH - FIELD GUIDE
    Whitish and _ except for brownish head.
    shiny
  15. WEBBING CLOTHES MOTH - FIELD GUIDE
    Whitish and shiny except for _ head.
    brownish
  16. WEBBING CLOTHES MOTH - FIELD GUIDE
    Ocelli _
    absent
  17. WEBBING CLOTHES MOTH - FIELD GUIDE
    There are _ _ in the hidden portions of clothes, such as under collars, or silken mats or patches on material.
    silken tubes
  18. WEBBING CLOTHES MOTH - FIELD GUIDE
    There are silken tubes in the _ _ of clothes, such as under collars, or silken mats or patches on material.
    hidden portions
  19. WEBBING CLOTHES MOTH - FIELD GUIDE
    There are silken tubes in the hidden portions of clothes, such as _ _, or silken mats or patches on material.
    under collars
  20. WEBBING CLOTHES MOTH - FIELD GUIDE
    There are silken tubes in the hidden portions of clothes, such as under collars, or _ _ or patches on material.
    silken mats
  21. WEBBING CLOTHES MOTH - FIELD GUIDE
    There are silken tubes in the hidden portions of clothes, such as under collars, or silken mats or _ on material.
    patches
  22. WEBBING CLOTHES MOTH - FIELD GUIDE
    Both the _ and _ have fibers and feces incorporated into them
    tubes and mats
  23. WEBBING CLOTHES MOTH - FIELD GUIDE
    Both the tubes and mats have _ and feces incorporated into them
    fibers
  24. WEBBING CLOTHES MOTH - FIELD GUIDE
    Both the tubes and mats have fibers and _ incorporated into them
    feces
  25. WEBBING CLOTHES MOTH - FIELD GUIDE
    Surface grazing of _ and/or _ in material are present
    • fibers
    • holes
  26. WEBBING CLOTHES MOTH - FIELD GUIDE
    Surface grazing of fibers and/or holes in _ are present
    material
  27. WEBBING CLOTHES MOTH - FIELD GUIDE
    Surface grazing of fibers and/or holes in material are _
    present
  28. WEBBING CLOTHES MOTH - FIELD GUIDE
    In fur, the hairs are clipped at their base causing loose fur and exposed hide.
    fur
  29. WEBBING CLOTHES MOTH - FIELD GUIDE
    In fur, the _ are clipped at their base causing loose fur and exposed hide.
    hairs
  30. WEBBING CLOTHES MOTH - FIELD GUIDE
    In fur, the hairs are _ at their base causing loose fur and exposed hide.
    clipped
  31. WEBBING CLOTHES MOTH - FIELD GUIDE
    In fur, the hairs are clipped at their _ causing loose fur and exposed hide.
    base
  32. WEBBING CLOTHES MOTH - FIELD GUIDE
    In fur, the hairs are clipped at their base causing loose _ and exposed hide.
    fur
  33. WEBBING CLOTHES MOTH - FIELD GUIDE
    In fur, the hairs are clipped at their base causing loose fur and exposed _
    hide
  34. WEBBING CLOTHES MOTH - FIELD GUIDE
    On the day they _ _ _ _ , adults females can mate and lay eggs.
    emerge from their cocoon
  35. WEBBING CLOTHES MOTH - FIELD GUIDE
    On the day they emerge from their cocoon, _ _ can mate and lay eggs.
    adult females
  36. WEBBING CLOTHES MOTH - FIELD GUIDE
    On the day they emerge from their cocoon, adults females can _ _ _ _
    mate and lay eggs
  37. WEBBING CLOTHES MOTH - FIELD GUIDE
    eggs hatch within 4-10 days in SEASON but may require up to 3 weeks in SEASON.
    • summer
    • winter
  38. WEBBING CLOTHES MOTH - FIELD GUIDE
    _ spin a silk tube or tunnel into which are incorporated fibers and feces or they merely spin a flat silken mat
    larvae
  39. WEBBING CLOTHES MOTH - FIELD GUIDE
    larvae spin a _ tube or tunnel into which are incorporated fibers and feces or they merely spin a flat silken mat
    silk
  40. WEBBING CLOTHES MOTH - FIELD GUIDE
    larvae spin a silk tube or _ into which are incorporated fibers and feces or they merely spin a flat silken mat
    tunnel
  41. WEBBING CLOTHES MOTH - FIELD GUIDE
    larvae spin a silk tube or tunnel into which are incorporated _ and feces or they merely spin a flat silken mat
    fibers
  42. WEBBING CLOTHES MOTH - FIELD GUIDE
    larvae spin a silk tube or tunnel into which are incorporated fibers and _ or they merely spin a flat silken mat
    feces
  43. WEBBING CLOTHES MOTH - FIELD GUIDE
    larvae spin a silk tube or tunnel into which are incorporated fibers and feces or they merely spin a _ _ _
    flat silken mat
  44. WEBBING CLOTHES MOTH - FIELD GUIDE
    pupal _ or _ is silken with fibers and frass incorporated into it
    case or cocoon
  45. WEBBING CLOTHES MOTH - FIELD GUIDE
    pupal case or cocoon is _ with fibers and frass incorporated into it
    silken
  46. WEBBING CLOTHES MOTH - FIELD GUIDE
    Females die after _ , usually in about 16 days, whereas males live an average of about 28 days
    all eggs are laid
  47. WEBBING CLOTHES MOTH - FIELD GUIDE
    Females die after all eggs are laid , usually in about 16 days, whereas males live an average of about # days
    28
  48. WEBBING CLOTHES MOTH - FIELD GUIDE
    webbing clothes moth larvae do not attack materials of _ origin
    vegetable
  49. WEBBING CLOTHES MOTH - FIELD GUIDE
    They attack _ only when they are interwoven with natural animal fiber material or are soiled
    synthetic fibers
  50. WEBBING CLOTHES MOTH - FIELD GUIDE
    They attack synthetic fibers only when they are interwoven with _ or are soiled
    interwoven with natural animal fiber material
  51. WEBBING CLOTHES MOTH - FIELD GUIDE
    They attack synthetic fibers only when they are interwoven with natural animal fiber material or are _
    soiled
  52. WEBBING CLOTHES MOTH - FIELD GUIDE
    They feed on _-containing materials such as wool, hair, fur, etc.
    keratin
  53. WEBBING CLOTHES MOTH - FIELD GUIDE
    They have been found infesting ____ in addition to furs, woolens, etc
    beef meal, fish meal, pemmican, casein, and milk products
  54. WEBBING CLOTHES MOTH - FIELD GUIDE
    Outdoors, clothes moths have been found in the ___
    nests of birds and insects
  55. WEBBING CLOTHES MOTH - FIELD GUIDE
    larvae prefer to feed in hidden places such as ___
    under collars, on carpeting from the back/jute/underneath side, etc
  56. WEBBING CLOTHES MOTH - FIELD GUIDE
    Larvae do much better in areas of __
    high humidity
  57. WEBBING CLOTHES MOTH - FIELD GUIDE
    Pupation usually takes place within the __
    feeding material
  58. WEBBING CLOTHES MOTH - FIELD GUIDE
    adults do not _. They shun _, not being attracted to _ as are most moth species
    • feed
    • light
  59. WEBBING CLOTHES MOTH - FIELD GUIDE
    Females are _ but _ and run when disturbed
    • poor fliers
    • fast on their legs
  60. WEBBING CLOTHES MOTH - FIELD GUIDE
    When disturbed, they quickly ___
    seek a secluded/hidden place such as in fabric folds, etc.
  61. WEBBING CLOTHES MOTH - FIELD GUIDE
    If the source(s) of the infestation cannot be found in the usual places,
    check the air ducts and especially the cold air return.
    If this is a problem area, the ducts should be __
    professionally cleaned
Author
ianquinto
ID
349858
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FIELD GUIDE WEBBING CLOTHES MOTH
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FIELD GUIDE WEBBING CLOTHES MOTH
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