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    Yes, Moths are a good food for VFT (atleast for me, i never had problems feeding a VFT a moth)
    but it would be hard for VFT to catch em because they only come out at night, and VFT slow down at night because there is no sun.
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    O.K, just make sure the moth isnt bigger than 1/2 the size of the trap!
    If it is then the trap will turn black and die!
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    Quote Originally Posted by [b
    Quote[/b] (HellzDungeon @ June 05 2004,2:23)]Yes, Moths are a good food for VFT (atleast for me, i never had problems feeding a VFT a moth)
    but it would be hard for VFT to catch em because they only come out at night, and VFT slow down at night because there is no sun.
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    Yup, and also I agree with starman, no bigger than 1/2 trap size or it will die
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    By the way, the 1/2 trap size rule applies to ANY insect.
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    Yes, thats true Good Luck with your plants
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    [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/new/smile.gif[/img] they are fine although Ive heard that in places they produce some toxic hormone or pheramone (or however ya spell it) that can kill your plants when they are ready for mating. Its been a couple of years ago that I read it here and Im sure the topic has been deleted. Ugh I wish I could remember the whole post!
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    Quote Originally Posted by [b
    Quote[/b] (Starman @ June 05 2004,3:02)]By the way, the 1/2 trap size rule applies to ANY insect.
    Not that there is a whole lot of difference between 1/2 & 1/3, but I believe Barry Rice suggests 1/3 size as rule of thumb in his FAQ.

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