exarate


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exarate

(ˈɛksəˌreɪt)
adj
(Zoology) (of the pupa of such insects as ants and bees) having the legs, wings, antennae, etc, free and movable
[C19: from Latin exārātus, literally: ploughed up (apparently referring to the way this type of pupa throws off the larval skin), from exārāre, from ārā plough]
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Pupa: white, exarate, typical of that reported for other Scolytinae.
Exarate, white but becoming darker over development, until transforming into black imagoes.
The pupa is exarate, yellowish white and its size is similar to that of the adult (Fig.
The pupa is exarate, measuring an average of 16 mm in length, cream colored, turning dark as it matures (Fig.