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Question 1: They are members of the ________, a family that is restricted to insects.
AdenoviridaeBaculovirusPicornavirusPoxviridae

Question 2:
What kind of animal is a Moth?

Question 3: Codling moth (Cydia pomonella), a pest mostly of ________, pear and walnut trees
AppleZestar AppleYork ImperialGranny Smith

Question 4: Nocturnal insectivores often feed on moths; these include some ________, some species of owls and other species of birds.
PrimateMammalBatEven-toed ungulate

Question 5: Baculoviruses are parasite double-stranded DNA insect viruses that are used mostly as ________ agents.
BeeBiological pest controlBeetlePredation

Question 6: ________ (Aglossa cuprina), known to have fed on the rendered fat of humans [16]
InsectLepidopteraAglossa cuprinaPyralis farinalis

Question 7: The Modern English word "moth" comes from ________ "moððe" (cf.
Great Vowel ShiftMiddle High GermanOld EnglishMiddle English

Question 8: The mopane worm, the caterpillar of ________, from the family Saturniidae, is a significant food resource in southern Africa.
Gonimbrasia belinaMothLepidopteraInsect

Question 9: Moth larvae are vulnerable to being parasitized by ________.
BraconidaeBanchinaeInsectIchneumonidae

Question 10: Ultrasonic frequencies trigger a reflex action in the ________ moth that cause it to drop a few inches in its flight to evade attack.
Geometer mothNymphalidaeLepidopteraNoctuidae







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