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100914-0015 - Depositing Silkworms Eggs

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Inside Taisho 1910s Unknown
Silk moths depositing silkworms eggs on specially prepared silkworm egg cards. Each silk moth lays hundreds of eggs as tiny as a pinhead. These are divided into diseased eggs (which are discarded), eggs for reproduction and eggs for production of cocoons.

This is Image 14 of 17 of “The Silk Industry of Japan,” a book published by Tokyo based Ueda.
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