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puparium

the hard pupal case of the insect pupa.
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Almost all puparia specimens were identified as Protocalliphora azurea Fallen 1817.
scalaris was recovered, coupled with the fact that empty puparia persist long after the adult fly has emerged (Disney, 2008) would be consistent with infestation of this nest at pipping, as described by Moll and Legler (1971), and indicates that the flies had completed their life cycle long before the nest was excavated.
macellaria and be colonized with new eggs, from which arose the larvae that pupated in empty puparia.
fruit and catkin scale 12 Cenococcum geophilum Puparia 8 475 Fish scales 45 52 29 Fish vertebra 4 5 3 Fragments of fish bones 11 25 Fragments of animal bones 46 Sample volume, ml D, 800 E, 1100 F, 400 CULTURAL PLANTS Cannabis sativa Fagopyrum esculentum Ficus carica Papaver somniferum COLLECTED PLANTS Corylus avellana Fragaria vesca Humulus lupulus Rubus idaeus 86 Yaccinium vitis-idaea Yaccinium sp.
What this suggests to Robacker is that wild-strain, adult Mexican flies are likely to choose whatever is close to them when they emerge from their protective shells, called puparia.
Fly puparia were kept in 15 mm x 140 mm Petri dishes with moist paper towel and emerging adult flies were either returned to the colony or used for experimentation.
1989); pupae were identified based on a key to the puparia of North American Protocalliphora (Whitworth 2003).
Species of Dirhinus (Hymenoptera: Chalcididae) most commonly are parasitoids of puparia of various Diptera (Boucek and Halstead, 1997), but sometimes attack primary parasitoid flies (Tachinidae) and wasps (Braconidae; J.
larvae were found within the nasal passages and back of the pharynx in addition to one puparia found within the nasal passages.
mexicana pupae and fly puparia were reared individually in glass culture tubes with ventilated caps at 24-29[degrees]C and 20-36% relative humidity.
He said: "I came across two little black marsh fly puparia and kept them in jam jars on my desk expecting that adult marsh flies might hatch.