When hatched, the small, gray larvae are the traditional source for high-quality silk.
- They can remain refrigerated for up to a year, allowing for easy storage and access
- Eggs will hatch in 10-14 days if kept at 75-85°F
Over thousands of years of domestication and selective breeding the modern silkworm has lost its ability to fly. Eggs, each roughly the size of a pinhead, come glued onto a petri dish.
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