Types of Moths Found in Texas?

Answer Moths are some of the most easily recognizable of all Texan insects. They can be distinguished from butterflies by their larger, hairier bodies and by their antennae, which lack the club, or swolle... Read More »

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Little Types of Moths?

Many different types of little moths exist. Unofficial, quasi-scientific usage divides all moths into two rough groups according to their size. Because moths belong to the scientific order Lepidopt... Read More »

Can you eat geckos found in Texas?

Geckos are not poisonous at all to humans or animals. Geckos in Texas are no exception to this rule. All types of geckos can be eaten without any ill side effects.References:Desert Survival Skills;... Read More »

Where are geodes most likely to be found in Texas?

According to the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department, the most likely places in Texas to find geodes are in the Edwards Plateau and the Hill Country, especially in and to the west and northwest of ... Read More »

Where are maple trees found in Texas?

Maple trees generally are not that well known in the state of Texas. However, there is a smattering of canyon maple trees (also known as the bigtooth maple) in the southwestern part of the state.So... Read More »