what is the difference between silkworm and silkmoth ?

silkworm is the larve of silkmoth and silkmoth is the pupa form of silkworm

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silk worm is an adult and silk moth is a baby

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SILKWARM=It is a catterpillar which lives on amulbery leaves.

SILKMOTH=When acatterpillar makes a protecting covering known as cocoon known as silkmoth

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SIlk worm is the catterpillar and the silk moth is the totally grown afult one

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DEAR FRIEND,

AS YOU MUST'VE READ IN LIFE CYCLE OF A SILK MOTH YOU MUST'VE SEEN THAT THE CATERPILLAR OR THE LARVA IS THE SILKWORM.WHILE THE MOTH THAT PRODUCES EGGS IS KNOWN AS SILKMOTH.

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Silk moth is well developed adult, and silk worm is the larva (catterpiller) of silk moth
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silkworm is the larve of silkmoth and silkmoth is the pupa form of silkworm
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silk worm is a entry and silk moth is climax
 
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Silkworm is the stage in which it feeds on mulberry leaves and is also called a Larvae .
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Silk moth is the stage in which it covers itself from a hard covering (PUPA)
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What is the difference between pupa stage and silkmoth stage of silkworm
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Silkworms or caterpillars are the larvae that hatch from the eggs laid from female silk moth. Silk moth was developed in pupa into moth in cocoon.
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