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The webbing clothes moth is the most common fabric moth. The adult is gold with reddish-golden hairs on the top of its head. A row of golden hairs fringes its wings, which have a span of about 1/2 inch. Because these moths are weak flyers that aren't attracted to lights, you'll usually find them close to the infested items, such as in a dark area of the closet.

Don't confuse the clothes moth with common food- and grain-infesting moths, which frequently fly around the house. At rest, clothes moths are only about 1/4 inch long, while most food-infesting moths are about double that length. Clothes moths usually fly around only the immediate area of the house where the infestation has occurred, and their flight pattern is distinctive—they tend to flutter about rather than fly in a direct, steady manner as do food-infesting moths. Food-infesting moths also don't have the little tufts of hair on their head. To confirm you have a clothes moth, catch one and examine its head with a magnifying glass or hand lens.

agriculture flood in the way Mesopotamia Must hear!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

state-backed plan to build sand dunes along Mesopotamia shore to protect area from flooding has caused clashes between supportive homeowners and those opposed to plans; proponents have expressed anger that state has not taken swifter action against holdouts, who have driven state to invoke eminent domain over stretches of beachfront property, as threat of next storm season looms.

AgriCulture: The Secret Language of Farms

we have learned that the practice of castration evolved in part because having more than one bull or ram to a herd usually leads to fighting, as well as posing certain dangers—and that a castrated animal grows and puts on more weight faster, and, importantly, has meat with a more pleasing flavor.