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The life cycle of a Silk Worm
The silkworm is the larva stage of the silk moth’s life cycle. Moths lay eggs which develop into the silkworm larvae, grub or caterpillar (commonly called silkworms). They eat for 20-30 days, consuming large amounts of mulberry leaves, and molt through four changes of skin or ‘instars’. Silkworms (at all four instars) are a very nutritious live feeder for reptile pet lizards and semi-aquatic pets too.

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