ghost moth


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ghost moth

n
(Animals) any of various large pale moths of the family Hepialidae that are active at dusk
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RATING: 3/5 GHOST MOTH by Michele Forbes, Weidenfeld & Nicolson, PS12.
DAN SILVER GHOST MOTH Michele Forbes Weidenfeld & Nicolson Out Boxing Day f f CHOICE Katherine, a married mother of four, was just a teenager when she had a passionate and illicit affair while engaged to the man she later married.
Ireland is famous for its ghost moth males, which somehow know to hover over patches of grasslands where females are hidden.
In The Soul of the Ghost Moth (1981), Callahan recounts seeing piles of dead insects and witnessing "the dance of the doomed moths at Basra Petroleum Field No.
Could an entomopathogenic nematode protect bush lupine by killing rootfeeding ghost moth caterpillars?
As well, genetic variation of both the lupine and ghost moth caterpillars affects these interactions.
In these pastures, researchers have correlated the practice of fertilizing with ghost moth outbreaks.
Bob Bruck, professor of plant pathology and forestry at North Carolina State University, says he hasn't found ghost moth larvae in his plots on Mt.
The first species officially recorded was a carrion crow and the last was the caterpillar of a ghost moth.
The main belowground insect herbivore on bush lupine was larvae of the ghost moth (Hepialus californicus).
Belowground ghost moth larvae were killed by spraying lupine trunks and the soil at the base of plants with the insecticide Dursban (DowElanco Corporation, Midland, Michigan), at a concentration of 0.