deutonymph

deu·to·nymph

(dū'to-nimf),
The third stage of a mite.

deu·to·nymph

(dū'tō-nimf)
The third stage of a mite.
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1d) is similar in appearance and color pattern to the deutonymph stage, but smaller.
tanajoa was followed to adulthood, with daily observations of the larval, protochrysalis, protonymph, deutochrysalis, deutonymph, teleiochrysalis, and adult stages to verify the succession to the next stage, as characterized by the presence of exuviae.
The life cycle of water mites is complex and includes the egg, larva, protonymph, deutonymph, tritonymph, and adult.
Up until now, 23 species have been described in this group, one of which is known only from the deutonymph stage (U.
The mean durations of larval, protonymph, deutonymph of female and male stages were 1.
When it found a female deutonymph in the quiescent stage it settled very close to it and waited for its moulting and also helping to cast off the moulting skin.
Gonzalez (MPUJ-RIC-005); 1 female deutonymph, Acandei, Capurganae, Jardein Botaenico del Darieen, 08[degrees]37'N, 77[degrees]21'W, 40 m elev.
Snake mites have a five-stage life cycle: egg, larva, protonymph, deutonymph, and adult.
Each phoretic deutonymph attaches to its host by means of an anally secreted fluid that solidifies in the air into a supportive, stem-like structure called a pedicel.