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Bombyx mori - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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Bombyx mori; Paired male (above), female (below) Fifth instar silkworm larvae Video: Metamorphosis/Life cycle of the Silkworm

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01-26-2015. Hi everybody, The final Silkworm release, CHOKES!, has being reissued by the fine Comedy Minus One record label. It sounds fantastic, and it has been ...

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noun 1. the larva of the Chinese silkworm moth, Bombyx mori, which spins a cocoon of commercially valuable silk. 2. the larva of any of several moths of the family ...

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silkworm, name for the larva of various species of moths, indigenous to Asia and Africa but now domesticated and raised for silk production throughout most of the ...

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silk·worm (sĭlk′wûrm′) n. Any of various caterpillars that produce silk cocoons, especially the larva of a moth (Bombyx mori) native to Asia that spins a ...

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The silkworm (Bombyx mori) is the larva or caterpillar of a moth. Silk has been made for at least 5000 years in China. The moth is important because it makes the silk ...

The Silkworm - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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Title. The title of the novel is derived from the Bombyx mori, a silkworm that is boiled alive within its cocoon to preserve the silken threads of the cocoon when the ...