Results for: Cocoon

In Uncategorized

What is a cocoon?

A protective covering on a caterpillar that it uses to fully develop into a full grown Moth.
In Butterflies and Moths

When do caterpillars cocoon?

Overwintering eggs hatch early in the season, then the caterpillarsstart eating like crazy and building their tent. they become fullygrown by late spring or summer, and during (MORE)
In Animal Life

Why is there a cocoon?

There are many insects that go through a stage where they live in acocoon. This happens because they are usually changing from a wormlike insect to a flying insect.
In Caterpillars

What are cocoons made out of?

Cocoons are made of silk. The silk is spun from 2 glands that are located inside of the insect.
In Animal Life

What is cocoon?

It is basically a silk thread-like capsule for a caterpillar thatit sleeps in for about a month, then emerges as a butterfly ormoth.
In Caterpillars

How do you care for a cocoon?

You don't need to just be sure that it stays out of the rain and away from spiders
In Butterflies and Moths

What is the size of the cocoon?

depends on the type of butterfly. I have painted butterflies and there cocoon is about 2 in. where as a monach butterfly is considerably bigger.
In Science

Are there cocoons in Africa?

Do you mean cocoons as in the chrysalis phase of insect growth. Yes, assuredly there are these in Africa.
In Caterpillars

What is the cocoon stage?

In insects such as moths and butterflies, it is the metamorphosis stage from a larval caterpillar to the adult winged insect.
In Nouns

Is cocoon a noun?

Yes, the word 'cocoon' is a noun, a singular, common, concrete noun; a word for a silky case spun by the larvae of many insects for protection as pupae; something that envelop (MORE)