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Silkworm life cycle

Adult silkworms lay eggs to reproduce. Silkworm larvae hatch from these eggs. The larvae constantly eat only one thing- mulberry leaves. The larvae will spin silk cocoons for metamorphosis. The adults mate after emerging from the cocoon and the female will lay many small eggs.

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Resource Type: Illustration
Audience Level: Primary elementary K-2

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Authors and Editors: Hubert Ludwig of None
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