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an insect in the inactive stage of development (when it is not feeding) intermediate between larva and adult

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Biological characteristics of Trichospilus diatraeae (Hymenoptera: Eulophidae) progeny are influenced by the number of females exposed per pupa of Tenebrio molitor (Coleoptera: Tenebrionidae).
Similar to Dachetola, the pupa of Lasaia is fixed only by the cremaster without a silk girdle, and looks like a piece of broken branch.
The reduction in PM is proportional to the increase of percentage of silkworm pupa oil in the blends.
Time % of maximum Status of irradiated power (900 W) larvae or pupae 1 larva in center or in off-center holes 30 seconds 100 Dead 30 seconds 95 4/5 dead 30 seconds 90 Alive 1 minute 90 Dead Small and large larvae in holes equidistant from center 30 seconds 100 Dead 3 larvae in one block 30 seconds 100 Dead (a) 3 blocks: 1 larva in the center of each block 1 minute 95 1/3 dead 2 minutes 100 2/3 dead 2 larvae in one block, 10 minute hold after irradiation 30 seconds 90 Dead (a) 1 pupa in center or off-center holes 30 seconds 100 Dead Time No.
Each P denticulata pupa produced more parasitoid progeny than those of alternative hosts such as B.
Numerous applications in the microelectronic and optoelectronic industries are made possible only through the use of Kyma's unique GaN technology," Chief Executive Officer Ed Pupa said.
Their pleasure in regression is apparent in such early works as C'era una volta (Once upon a time, 1994), a photograph of Simeone watching his own urine dripping down his pants leg, or Pupa quae etiam carne humana vescitur (Girl that also consumes human flesh, 1994), a video in which Stella continually applies pieces of adhesive to her face and then removes them, thereby contorting her features.
A) and B) Hylettus seniculus (Coleoptera: Cerambycidae) pupae and cocoons in a log; C) dorsal view of pupa within the cocoon; D) ventral view of the pupa within the cocoon in a Pinus caribaea var.
Murata decided to ``match the hatch'' with midge pupa flies using the ``Crowley'' technique.
When the wasp finds a pupa in soil or litter, she inserts her stinger and withdraws it, drawing blood and paralyzing the pupa.
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com) today announced that it has expanded sales operations with the hiring of Larry Gletzer as vice president of sales for North America, Japan and Asia, Ed Pupa as director of Eastern region sales, and Ed Smith as director of business development.
Smith (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae), and 80% of its caterpillars did not reach the pupa stage 24 h after the application of 0.
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