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Close-up of Dragonfly Backlit on Azalea, Georgia, USA

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silk worm - fun to place in aquarium with mulberry leaves and watch as they go thru their cycle.

silk worm - fun to place in aquarium with mulberry leaves and watch as they go thru their cycle.

Silkworm cocoons (Photo: Fritz Polking - Visuals Unlimited / Science Photo Library)

Silkworm cocoons (Photo: Fritz Polking - Visuals Unlimited / Science Photo Library)

Check out Morgan's review of William Joyce's E. Aster Bunnymund And The Warrior Eggs At The Earth's Core! here: http://chaptersandscenes.wordpress.com/2014/04/11/morgan-reviews-e-aster-bunnymund-and-the-warrior-eggs-at-the-earths-core/

Check out Morgan's review of William Joyce's E. Aster Bunnymund And The Warrior Eggs At The Earth's Core! here: http://chaptersandscenes.wordpress.com/2014/04/11/morgan-reviews-e-aster-bunnymund-and-the-warrior-eggs-at-the-earths-core/

The silkworm is the larva or caterpillar of the domesticated silkmoth (bombyx mori) which comes in a range of varieties, such as rosa and Madagascan green, that produce different coloured silk cocoons. They produce more silk than the wild forms, have greater tolerance of humans and handling, and have lost their ability to fly. The larvae have a preference for white mulberry but can eat other species of morus and some other moraceae, mostly Osage orange. Silkworm pupae are eaten in some…

The silkworm is the larva or caterpillar of the domesticated silkmoth (bombyx mori) which comes in a range of varieties, such as rosa and Madagascan green, that produce different coloured silk cocoons. They produce more silk than the wild forms, have greater tolerance of humans and handling, and have lost their ability to fly. The larvae have a preference for white mulberry but can eat other species of morus and some other moraceae, mostly Osage orange. Silkworm pupae are eaten in some…

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