of final instar nymphs of Pycna semiclara were collected alongside freshly eclosed adults.
Emerging adults were first observed on 13 April 1996 and on 20 April 1997, which was also the first days that exuviae
of penultimate naiads were collected.
dubius pinned together with three pupal exuviae
and found in the NMSA collection with a label reading 'from building sand'.
who found exuviae
from adult-sized females with amplexus scars, which are consistent with postreproductive ecdysis.
The rest of the coleopterous larval exuviae
are from Dermestes maculatus De Geer, indicating that this succession proceeded to an advanced decay stage, close to skeletonization and/or mummification, where only bony tissue, dried skin and hair are preserved.
Head capsule width or exuviae
from moulting were used to discriminate the larval instars.
DNA can be easily extracted from exuviae
(Petersen et al.
Mature larvae and exuviae
of mature larvae examined in this study were from the aquatic Coleoptera fluid collection (70% glycerated alcohol) of Georgia College & State University.
To be effective as a deterrent, sorcery, social opprobrium, and physical violence all require the physical presence of the malefactor (sorcery requires that the victim's exuviae
first be procured).
A Key to the Pupal Exuviae
of the Midges (Diptera: Chironomidae) of Everglades National Park, Florida: U.
vannamei juveniles can be defined through the construction of a budget in which the intake energy (C) is partitioned between growth (G), respiration (R), excretion (U), feces (F), and exuviae
Whips were measured from living animals through the glass sides of their cages as they extended their whips using dial calipers or retroactively measured from exuviae
from marked individuals.