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Known as an agricultural pest in many parts of the world, the moth is related to the butterfly and because their larvae is generally known to eat fabric, such as clothes and blankets. An invasive species,the moth can cause differing damage depending on its location. For example, the Gypsy Moth caterpillar causes extensive damage to forests in the northeastern United States; the Codling Moth, in temperate climate, causes severe damage to fruit farms and in tropical/subtropical climates, the Diamondback Moth affects brassicaceous crops.