How Long Does a Butterfly Stay in a Cocoon?


A butterfly does not spin a cocoon, its pupa is called a chrysalis. However, a moth spins a silk case known as a cocoon. It takes about 9-15 days to come out of it.
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mostly 1o days or more.
Monarchs hibernate in a warm climate, primarily in Mexico, for six to eight months until it is time to travel north in the spring and propagate. Monarchs lay eggs on milkweed plants
First, it may not be a butterfly, and secondly if you wish to have it develop, it needs to be in the same place that you found it. Too much heat, will kill the larvae, before it is
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