http://www.pclaunch.com/~kayton/Silkworms/newborn.htm "Once you have located a source of leaves, and have a container ready, take your eggs out of the refrigerator. They will hatch in 7-20 days, depending on how far developed they were when they were put into the refrigerator. Placing the eggs in direct sunlight seems to speed up the process. " 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 catterpillars? It's been a couple weeks, since 6-26
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