waxworm


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waxworm

(ˈwæksˌwɜːm)
n
(Animals) a waxmoth larva
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Bertocchini considers her discovery as an opportunity to find the molecule/enzyme in the waxworm that causes polyethylene to degrade.
A typical day for Peter consists of freeze-dried locust oatmeal for breakfast, a cricket butty for lunch and a plate of waxworm tacos for dinner.
Put a waxworm or a few maggots (spikes) on the hook and you are ready to fish.
The researchers gave birds a tube partly filled with water and a waxworm bobbing on the water's surface.
Tests show that the toxin kills tobacco hornworm and waxworm larvae, but it isn't Pf-5's only defense against insects.
Graduate students pass out crispy insect treats like waxworm puffs and deep-fried crickets.
You've just eaten a waxworm, a baby insect that one day would have become a moth--if you hadn't gotten your fork into it.
I use Northland Tackle Mayfly Larvae but also tip with a single waxworm or live wiggler, sometimes on a Haley Jig with a chain dropper.
livebait such as a crappie minnow, waxworm, small leech, or chunk of 'crawler
He trims the Bro Bug with a juicy waxworm or small Northland Impulse Mayfly or Stonefly softbait.
Fish bite the spoon, which is tipped with a maggot or waxworm, or one of the same baits on the single hook.
Wenger often tips Zoo Bugs with maggots or a single waxworm.