All creatures, whether human, animal or insects need a partner to reproduce and keep their population going. Moths are no exception to this rule. Despite the fact that there are different types of moths, using all female moths attract male pheromone method.
Pheromones are sent into the air chemical scents of moths and other species. Some, such as warnings, others say to avoid an area, serve as a predator. Mating pheromones alert a member of the opposite sex, that the sender is ready to reproduce. The word pheromone is a Greek word meaning "carrier of excitement."
Female moth pheromones male moths can reach a mile away. You can win more than one at a time, but it is only the males that mate it reaches first. After mating, the females lay their eggs and die shortly thereafter. The male moths can go to. With several other women during his lifetime
Moths pick up scents, including pheromones, with the fuzzy antennae on their heads. The male follows the pheromone scent, until he finds the female. The male moth is the reproduction instinct and the smell is traveling alone. A woman with bright colors are not better than a male month gain with dull colors.
The female will lay up to 200 eggs. The eggs will be distributed in small groups on nuclear power plants and other vegetables. The female moth does so instinctively as a means of survival. Even if a predator encounters a group of eggs and the other group a chance to survive.