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In each year the data were used in a regression analysis to determine the relationship between egg load and pupal mass on day zero of pupation.
After pupation, pupae were monitored for any directly developing individuals (displaying very short developmental times), which were excluded from analyses and figures.
The parasitoid, in some cases, makes use of the legs of Coccinellidae host (Figure 1c) during the process of pupation, leaving it imprisoned and deprived of food, leading to death, possibly by starvation; even with the pupa of the parasitoid formed, the Coccinellidae host remained alive.
At the end of pupation, adult wasps leave the caprifigs and fly to immature edible figs, crawling inside and pollinating the flowers within, before laying eggs.
It is also often the case that special restrictions exist for successful pupation or maturation beyond the last juvenile instar (referred to in the arachnological literature as the pen-ultimate instar, in the entomological literature as the ultimate instar).
Results revealed that pupation started on 5th day and lasted for day 16 while adult emergence was recorded from day 9-16.
Development time was measured from time of egg collection to pupation and from pupation to adult emergence.
After 100 days of maintenance, diapause could be terminated at low temperatures, as indicated by the pupation rate, the larvae were more conducive to complete diapause development at 10degC compared to 4degC.
The bug consumption per day by larvae of the predator was recorded and continued till its 1st instar was molted into 2nd and 3rd instars and then finally undergone to pupation.
They observed that when the wasp larva is near pupation, it induces the host to build an altered web (cocoon web).
hydnorae: the adults feed on pollen and oviposit in the flower tissues; larval development and pupation take place inside the subterranean fruiting body of the plant (Marvaldi, 2005).
They stated that "none of the larvae fed Tifton 292 survived to pupation.