puparium


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puparium

(pjuːˈpɛərɪəm)
n, pl -ia (-ɪə)
(Zoology) a hard barrel-shaped case enclosing the pupae of the housefly and other dipterous insects
puˈparial adj
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Eumerus compertus Villeneuve (Dipt., Syrphidae); Larve und Puparium. Zoologischer Anzeiger 196: 16-22.
Puparium. Black and boat-shaped; 650 [micro]m long and 340 [micro]m wide (Figs.
[20] reported that larvae characteristically burrowed no >2 cm before puparium and seldom burrowed >5 cm.
chlorogaster in Curitiba (25[degrees]25'S; 49[degrees]14'W), Parana State, Brazil, we noticed the presence of many parasitoids emerging from the puparium (Figure 1b) of this species.
These immature stages (egg, larva and puparium) were subsequently described by van Emden (1950), who further noted that bat guano was the substrate for larval development.
The leaving of the puparium by winged insect, the time after the birth, the insect gender, its behavior after leaving the puparium, air, and soil temperature at the pupae depth were recorded.
Sin embargo, el uso de moscas carroneras en la valoracion de IPM ha sido obstaculizado por las dificultades asociadas con la correcta identificacion de la especie en las diferentes etapas de desarrollo, huevos, larvas, puparium y adultos (Catts 1992), particularmente cuando solo hay fragmentos del insecto (e.g.
Thangavelu and Singh (1998) have also observed that in the fly resulting Azadirachtin Uzi blepharipa delay and inhibition of the formation of the puparium, weight loss, the death of the pupa, the suppression of adult emergence and malformation of adult structures.
Such records were noted when an empty puparium was mounted together with an adult specimen, and the label mentioned a genus or species of host ant.
Given that incremented catecholamine content in the hemolymph is a well-established characteristic of insect stress response (Kozanek et al., 1988; Rauschenbach et al., 1993; Hirashima et al., 1994), we formulate that the increased wing melanization is due to a higher amount of melanin precursor diffusing from the wing venation system of flies newly emerged from the puparium, as a consequence of the toxic environment produced by the presence of alkaloids in the rearing medium.
Aquatic Bugs (F: Pentatomidae) Parasitic mites (F: Hydrachnellidae) Puparium sp (F: Stratiomyiidae) Nematoda Spirina sp.
Each of these individuals had a single, empty, male stylopid puparium exposed under the [4.sup.th] metasomal tergite (the left side of the Mason County female and the right side of the Bastrop County male).