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They probably are the first pictures of a ghost moth emerging.
The term ghost moth is sometimes used as a general term for all Hepialids.
Its common names are ghost moth and sphagnum porina moth.
These results implied that the nematode, as a natural enemy of the ghost moth caterpillar, protected the plant from damage.
In English Thitarodes is known as "ghost moth".
Hepialoidea is the superfamily of "ghost moths" and "swift moths".
Moths of this family are often referred to as swift moths or ghost moths.
It may also be referred to as a swift moth or a ghost moth, as this is a common name associated with Hepialidae.
The roots are sometimes eaten by the larva of the Ghost Moth Hepialus humuli.
The Ghost Moth gets its name from the display flight of the male, which hovers, sometimes slowly rising and falling, over open ground to attract females.
Tungkillo is a corruption of tainkila, an Peramangk Aboriginal word meaning ghost moth grubs.
The common splendid ghost moth (Aenetus ligniveren) is a moth in the Hepialidae family.
Furthermore, some authors use incorrectly the term "bat moth" which is a bad translation of the Chinese term for ghost moth.
Ophiocordyceps sinensis is a fungus that parasitizes larvae of ghost moths and produces a fruiting body valued as an herbal remedy.
He is a member of the cooperative free jazz groups Test, Other Dimensions In Music, and Ghost Moth.
Matthew's Ghost Moth (Gazoryctra mathewi) is a moth of the Hepialidae family.
It is also sometimes used to refer to the larvae of other cossid moths, as well as those of ghost moths (Hepialidae).
This refers to the emergence of many ghost moths (especially Trictena argentata : Hepialidae) from the ground among the river red gums after heavy rain.
The Willow Ghost Moth (Sthenopis thule) is a species of moths of the family Hepialidae.
In the coastal prairie of Northern California, yellow bush lupines are fed upon by a particularly destructive herbivore, the root-boring caterpillar of the ghost moth.
The English entomologist Edward Meyrick supported the lepidopteran conclusion, though he believed they belonged to the family Hepialidae (ghost moths) instead.
The term may also apply to larvae of other cossid moths, ghost moths (Hepialidae), and longhorn beetles (Cerambycidae).
Palaeosetidae or "Miniature Ghost Moths" is a family of insects in the Lepidopteran order contained within the superfamily Hepialoidea.
What we actually have here is a parasitic fungus that infects and mummifies the caterpillars of Thitarodes ghost moths while they winter in the ground, feeding on roots.
The Ghost Moth (Hepialus humuli), also known as the Ghost Swift, is a moth of the family Hepialidae.
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