The percentage of weight loss was determined by the difference in the weight divided by the original weight of a larva
Two scuba divers descended to a depth of 5 m where the observer diver released a larva
from a small container.
Raja Ashfaq Sarwar said that larviciding awareness is imperative to educate the people who have not been habitual to keep vigil eye at the potential places of larva
at their residences and outskirts.
settles on the seafloor and attaches by secreting limestone.
caelatipennis princeps is undescribed, but it will be low because the mature larva
has only 13 sensilla on each femur where variation is most likely.
After feeding for 4 to 8 days, the larva
leaves the wound to pupate in the soil (6,7).
Barman EH, Nichols G, and Sizer RL: Biology, mature larva
, and pupa of Agabus punctatus Melsheimer (Coleoptera: Dytiscidae).
The developmental stage of the larva
was also used as a guide for identification.
The smallest larva
collected off the Carolinas was 3.
The probability of a larva
's acquiring an infection equals the product of 1) the probability of transmission from host to larva
and 2) the probability of the host's being infected, while the larva
feeds, via an infected nymphal tick bite.
A lot of the adults die, and the larva
stage takes longer to mature.
A 6- or 12-h-old larva
was considered alive when it showed rotary motion with cilia and a larva
of 24 h old or older was recorded as alive when it showed active cilia movements.
2 mm SL; the lower, rearward-directed process that reaches the end of the pectoral-fin base in adults was still forming in the largest larva
Larval quality refers to the physiological condition and the capacity of a larva
to grow and survive under various environmental conditions during its life cycle (Racotta et al.
By 11 days, the estimated dry weight of an Atlantic bumper larva
at station 42 was 0.