Most types of moths are nocturnal but there are also diurnal and crepuscular species.
There are approximately 160,000 different species of moths in the world and most are lepidopteran moths.
Moths are part of a group of insects that include butterflies, but moths evolved long before butterflies.
So can bearded dragons eat moths?
No, they cannot as it is very unsafe for a bearded dragon to eat any wild insects for that matter.
Wild insects may be carrying diseases or parasites that could be harmful to bearded dragons and therefore should be avoided at all costs.