puparium


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puparium

the hard pupal case of the insect pupa.
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The timing of larval wandering and puparium formation in the flesh-fly Sarcophaga argyrostoma.
biselliella Hummel Order Remains Diptera pupae, empty puparia and puparia containing other puparia or an adult Diptera pupa inside C macellaria puparium, empty puparia Coleoptera exuvia head, thorax, elytra, abdomen Lepidoptera cocoon
Several of the fossil's features, such as a single pair of round breathing holes called spiracles, mark the puparium as belonging to the schizophoran group.
zealandicus wasps have eggs when they emerge from the fly puparium as adult females.
Hundreds of butterflies, including 30 native species, emerge in a puparium, then fly in a 1,500-square-foot butterfly house.
The skin becomes a home, or puparium, until the next spring, when the insect makes its amusing debut as a fly.
A sample of the specimen was prepared for SEM studies by cutting the leaf along with a puparium, then mounted it on a stub on black carbon conductive adhesive.
The third instar larval mouthhooks and puparial posterior spiracles were illustrated by Skidmore (1985), based on a single puparium from Turkmenistan and presumably one of the series found on a dead tortoise (Vlassov & Stackelberg, cited in Hennig 1964).
In one treatment of 4,840 larvae at 302 Gy only one puparium was formed and from it emerged an adult.
A comparative study of the egg, first-instar larva, puparium, female reproductive system and natural history of Curtonotum helvum (Curtonotidae; Ephydroidea; Diptera).
In 1950 van Emden described the unknown female, egg, mature larva and puparium, based on material collected at the type locality by V.