How Long Does It Take for a Moth Cocoon to Hatch?


How long it takes a moth cocoon to hatch depends on the type of moth it is. Different types of moths take different amounts of time for the cocoon to hatch.
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1. Keep your cocoon in an aquarium or in a wide-mouthed, one-gallon jar. Some caterpillars make their cocoons underground while others make them above ground. If you're not sure which
There's probably more specific info out there, but I'd say by the size it could eclose (like "hatch" but for cocoons) in around a month. There are things that could speed
If the cocoons are spun in the summer, the moths will hatch in about 2 weeks. If it's closer to winter, they will go into diapause and emerge in the spring. report this answer. Updated
14 weeks.
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