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eclosion

(ĭ-klō′zhən)
n.
The emergence of an adult insect from a pupal case or an insect larva from an egg.
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They are also interesting in that they suggest that the reason that apple flies eclose earlier in the field season than hawthorn flies in Michigan is environmental; apple pupae have, on average, a 16-day head start over hawthorn pupae.
25 mm, compared with a smaller egg, will presumably contain more yolk nutrients for the embryo and may influence the embryo's ability to remain in the egg; it would have no need to eclose to search for food until the egg yolk is depleted.
Ghost moths are univoltine; pupae eclose in late fall, and females broadcast many hundreds to several thousand eggs while flying over patches of lupine bushes during winter and spring nights (Wagner 1986; A.
Flies raised under the conditions used in this experiment start to eclose about 9 d after eggs are laid.
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When adults started to eclose, vials were checked every 8 h to obtain an estimate of the mean development time and viability of each vial.
Another consistent feature is that females generally eclose before males, creating an apparent paradox of larger size and shorter developmental time in females compared with males.
Because development rate is inversely related to temperature, we staggered these initial egg collections so that eggs raised at the two temperatures would eclose at similar times: consequently, we collected eggs destined for development at 18 [degrees] C about ten days prior to collecting those destined for development at 25 [degrees] C.
Flies overwinter in a facultative pupal diapause and eclose in early summer.
Adults started to eclose on the 22nd day at 35 [degrees]C, while eclosion did not begin until day 27 and day 28 at 20[degrees]C and 25[degrees]C, respectively (Table 3).
Males and females emerge from the ground close to their host tree and eclose into their adult form.