How Do Moths Reproduce?

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Moths reproduce if you take a male and female and they mate, then the female lays the eggs that hatch anywhere from a few days to a few months. This process depends on if the climate is warm as when it is cold they don't hatch. When they hatch they are moth caterpillars that turn into moths. You can find more information here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Moth
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Moths reproduce through sexual contact. The female will lay the fertilized eggs near a food source, so that the larvae will have something to eat when they hatch.
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Butterflies locate potential mates by sight, identifying the wing colors and patterns
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Luna moth's have a short life span, and therefore they reproduce and lay their eggs shortly after coming out of their cocoons. This usually happens in the fall.
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Moths are sexual insects. That means a male and a female are required. The male locates a receptive female using scent detectors on the antenna. The female when ready to mate releases
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