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There are more than 500 species of wild silkworms in the world, although only a few are used to produce cloth.

They usually produce a tougher and rougher silk than that from domesticated Bombyx mori silkworms.

Wild silks are usually harvested after the moths have left the cocoons, cutting the threads in the process, so that there is not one long thread, as with domesticated silkworms.

Wild silks are more difficult to bleach and dye than silk from Bombyx mori, but most have naturally attractive colours, particularly the rich golden sheen of the silk produced by the muga silkworm from Assam, often known as Assam silk.

The cocoon shells of wild silk moths are toughened or stabilized either by tanning (cross-linking) or by mineral reinforcements (e.g. India produces four kinds of silk: mulberry, tasar, muga and eri.

The silkworm Bombyx mori is fed on mulberry leaves cultivated in plantations.Silkworms are also found wild on forest trees, e.g Antheraea paphia which produces the tasar silk (Tussah).Antheraea paphia feeds on several trees such as Anogeissus latifolia, Terminalia tomentosa, T.arjuna (Terminalia arjuna), Lagerstroemia parviflora and Madhuca indica.Wild silkworm Antheraea assamensis produces muga silk, and another wild silkworm Philosamia synthia ricini (= Samia cynthia) produces eri silk.The estimated annual production of tasar silk is 130 tonnes.

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