Dear MRS SINGHYou are a crazy lady.That's a lot of silk it looks like a over sized white tablet.Hope you had a wonderful time in the silk worm factory.The bush is a mulberry bush because it is the thing the silk worms mostly eat.Bye for now,Carter
Those silk worm eggs look like dinosaur eggs.
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Hi Mrs SinghSorry that link didn't work out so well. So I have a very simple life cycle! It goes from a egg to a larvae to a cocoon to a adult moth then the adults moth lays an egg and the life cycle carries on.Cheers, Victoria
Hi againThe bush in the photo is amulberry bush. Also here is a life cycleof a silk worm.The mother lays the eggs,trance-forms into a larvathen turn into a pupa and finally turns into an adult moth.From lara