In the middle of the season, a pair of bright yellow carpet moths fly into the Houston Texans’ practice facility.

A dozen or so other moths gather around and the team’s trainers are instructed to watch them closely.

The team’s trainer tells the moths to stay away from players who wear helmets and other protective gear, and to stay in one place for the rest of the day.

As they hover, the moth moths make small, gentle, “punchy” sounds.

It sounds like a mother-punching sound, says Chris Hanks, an entomologist and a trainer with the Houston team.

They also make the same “pussy” noise at the end of their stings.

It’s not a loud, loud sound.

The moths are tiny, and they have a tiny body, he says.

But that’s where the similarities end.

They’re not mother-like, and the mom is a different species than the kind of mother you might expect.

The mother of the carpet moth is a winged moth.

They have two sets of legs, with a pair at each end.

One of the legs is called the ovipositor, and it’s attached to the abdomen, where it feeds on the winged moths’ eggs.

The other leg is called a peduncle.

The peduncle is the tip of the wing, and this is where the molt takes place.

The mother’s wing, on the other hand, is much shorter and less flexible.

It has a very, very flexible “tail.”

It’s just a short tail that hangs down to a point in the middle.

The tail is actually a sort of membrane.

When it touches the abdomen of a carpet moth it squeezes the membrane, causing the moth to expel its eggs.

That’s why they look so similar.

They don’t look like they’re eating their own young.

They just release eggs from the matted caterpillar and feed them to the wingless caterpillar.

In a sense, the mother is the same as the father, Hanks says.

The father is a long-horned caterpillar that lives in a large, rocky environment.

The female is more like a wingless moth that is found in the grasslands of the Southwest.

It doesn’t live in a place like the tropics where the climate is very harsh.

In order to study the mantis’ evolutionary history, Hank and his team had to use a microscope.

They were using a microscope that had been modified to study moths by the University of California.

They didn’t want to take it to a laboratory where it would hurt the moth.

The team, however, needed to take a lot of precautions.

Hanks and his colleagues carefully collected a sample of moths.

They put a piece of masking tape over the microscope.

Then they made a “mushroom” that they coated with a special type of protein that traps and traps light.

The moths then took a look at the masking tapes.

The researchers noticed a difference in the size of the antennae that were being recorded.

There was a very thin layer of the protein that was blocking light.

Hacks and his research team decided to try to change the way the mites were capturing light.

The scientists then used a high-powered microscope and a magnifying glass to try and capture the antennaes.

The size of each antenna was controlled so the mite couldn’t see what the researchers were doing.

They looked at the mice and moths and figured out that they were using the antenna structures to capture light.

After that, they moved onto the next step: studying the mated pairs.

They used a similar microscope to capture moths that had mated.

They then tried to use the same microscope to study pairs of mated moths together.

The results were very similar.

In fact, the two groups that were mated didn’t even look alike.

They had the same size antennae, the same body size, and their moths were all wingless.

Hanks and other entomologists had long been interested in studying moths as predators.

Moths are also very well-adapted to a particular ecosystem, such as a marsh.

The reason is because they have to stay close to a marshy surface, and when they eat, they are eating their young.

The young, the insects, the seeds, they all have to be close to the marsh, so the moth has to be able to find that marshy substrate.

The researchers used a microscope to record the antenna segments of the mousetails of two pairs of mother-moths that were found together in a marsh, Hams said.

They noticed that they had the antenna structure of a female mantis and the same antenna structure