Allright then, I checked good old google and it seems 2 to 14 days max. Maybe she laid some duds there? should I pull them out to get more sun or something? I'm dying here, 8 years waiting and I want to see some little buggers munching! <http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&lr=&ie=UTF-8&oe=UTF-8&q=days+to+hatch+caterpillars&spell=1> OK, now I see another one that says cool weather slows them down (it's been sort of foggy). <tapping fingers> Paul Furman wrote: > So I keep checking the 14 Pipevine swallowtail eggs and they don't > seem to be growing or anything. Any idea how long it typically takes > to hatch caterpillars? It's been a couple weeks, since 6-26
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