What Is the Life Span of a Moth?

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The average life span of a moth including the time spent as a larva and a pupa is about 135 days. The shortest stage in the lifespan is time spent as an adult which usually lasts about 14 days.
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the life span of a common moth is around 6-12 months, but can vary from breed to breed.
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Marking studies suggest that winged adults of many (and perhaps most) species live
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Marking studies suggest that winged adults of many (and perhaps most) species live only a week or two.
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The lifespan of the average housefly is 15 to 30 days. During that time the female can lay as many as 500 eggs. No wonder their lifespan is so short, Whew! Look here for more information
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