ovolarviparous

o·vo·lar·vip·a·rous

(ō'vō-lar-vip'ă-rŭs),
Denoting certain nematodes and other invertebrates in which the eggs are hatched within the female, and the larvae developed or protected within the uterus until the correct time for their emergence.
[ovo- + L. larva, a mask, + pario, to bear]
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franki is ovolarviparous (Cooper 2009) and has first instars that actively search for hosts (Suazo et al.
Lixadmontia franki has a low fecundity level compared to that reported for ovolarviparous tachinid species (Stireman et al.