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“Silk moths, such as Bombyx mori, are commercially farmed in Asia, and butterfly farming would seem to be a natural extension of this.”
“Before turning into a moth the Bombyx caterpillar spins itself a cocoon of 1000 yards of silky fiber to house itself during the transformation.”
“Ao surfar nos blogues, encontrei esta pérola no Abrupto, citado do Bombyx Mori:”
“The most widely raised type of silkworm, the larva of the Bombyx mori, no longer exists anywhere in a natural state.”
“Bombyx and hÃ©lix are a little special for poetry (the latter meant only the exterior contour of the ear), and strix was not to be found in dictionaries current during MallarmÃ©'s lifetime.”
“(_Bombyx mori_ in this case), and I much doubt whether any crop raised here pays as well.”
“In reference, however, to _Bombyx mori_, it is well known that the silk crop in France and Italy has been reduced greatly, and the price of silk goods consequently enhanced, by prevalence of disease among the worms.”
“_Bombyx mori_, or the ordinary mulberry silkworm, is, of course, the best to rear, if you can obtain healthy eggs.”
“Of cocoons I have no returns at hand, but, of raw silk, European manufacturers purchase, annually, not less than $160,000,000 worth; and of eggs (_Bombyx mori_) to the value of $10,000,000.”
“_Yamamai_ requires sprinkled branches, _Bombyx mori_ does not; nor must the leaves be furnished to them while wet with rain or dew.”
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