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lacking wings

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2012) reported on non-inseminated wingless virgins of Acromyrmex echinatior and Acromyrmex octospinosus behaving as workers, that is, carrying out activities typical of the worker caste.
These tiny wingless insects are spread by head-to-head contact and are very common among primary children, affecting anyone, no matter how clean their hair.
Teams from Oregon, Washington and California will compete in the final race of the season for the Northwest Wingless Tour today at the Cottage Grove Speedway.
Although it doesn't open for another month, you can already tell that Noah, Darren Aronofksy's action-packed account of the Bible's original beastmaster, is going to be harrowing, and not only because it features an 11-foot wingless fallen angel voiced by Nick Nolte: Without a single screening the film has unleashed a small torrent of articles asking the inevitable question, namely whether God could make it in Hollywood.
pruni (First and second instar larvae (l), Third and fourth instar larvae (L), Nymphs (N), Wingless (Ws) and winged (Wd)) for two densities (10 and 40 aphids) and treated by 2 doses of parasitoid (1 and 4) (Table 1).
Apply slippery grease bands (available from garden centres) on fruit trees to stop the wingless winter moths climbing up the trunks to lay their eggs.
After its week long stay in Conwy, the wingless aircraft, Adain Avion, was transported to south Wales at 6am yesterday to be at the National Eisteddfod in Llandow.
THIS computer-animated fable teaches us we should never rush to judge a wingless, blood-sucking parasite.
Finger grips allow for handling ease, and the wingless design promotes ease of disposal.
The day that this kind of extraordinary wingless creature comes into town and is nesting there for a period will stick in people's memories," he said.
The end wall could be raised up towards the horizontal position to allow the wingless fuselage of the planes that were being produced to be winched out of the building and up the bank to the Grovelly Lane level.
Head lice are small, six-legged wingless insects * They are difficult to detect in dry hair even when the head is closely inspected * They very often cause itching, but this is not always the case, particularly when recently arrived on the head * Head lice cannot fly, jump or swim, but spread by clambering from head to head * Anyone with hair can catch them, but children who have head to head contact, either at school or during play, are most commonly affected * Head lice feed by biting and sucking blood through the scalp of their host * The female louse lays eggs in sacs (nits) which are very small, dull in colour and well camouflaged.
Highfield recently announced that it had enhanced protection for wing and wingless gas service valves.
Wingless chickens, bayou Catholics, and pilgrim wayfarers; constructions of audience and tone in O'Connor, Gautreaux, and Percy.
2 FRUIT - place grease bands around the trunks of fruit trees to help reduce the numbers of wingless winter moth females.