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

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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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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
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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
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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
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14 weeks.
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