Moths are Lepidoptera insects of Insecta. They usually move at night and like to gather in the light. Therefore, there is a saying that moths burn themselves when they are in the fire. Plants provide a variety of food sources for moths when they are young, and the larvae and adults of moths are also one of the main food sources for insectivorous animals such as birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Moth is a general term for insects closely related to butterflies. When the moth is still, most of them spread their wings on both sides of the body, and their wings have eye like patterns that can scare off the enemy. Most of them are active at night and like to gather in insects in the light. Although moths are not as beautiful as butterflies, their love ways are similar.