How Long Do Mexican Jumping Beans Live?


The life expectancy of Mexican Jumping Beans in it's jumping bean stage is several months. The bean then goes dormant until the larvae inside spins it's cocoon and turns into a Jumping Bean moth. The moth creates a hole in the bean that looks just like a perfectly formed circle.
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Mexican Jumping Beans are three-sided "beans" that lurch and roll around when put in a warm or hot location. The "beans" are actually three-side carpals, or sections
i really dont remember because i got asked this like 4 years ago sorry.
After months of jumping, the moth larvae will go dormant for a short time and
If kept at 45 degrees F, they can live for up to a year. The average life span is 1 to 2 months. Ask! report this answer. Updated on Wednesday, February 01 2012 at 07:38PM EST. Source
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