larviparous


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larviparous

(lɑːˈvɪpərəs)
adj
(Zoology) (of an insect) producing its young in the form of larvae, or produced in the form of a larva
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gouldi larva is much smaller than that of the larviparous T.
The flies are larviparous and deposit their living offspring directly into or near the eyes and nose of sheep, their primary host [8].
Life-history and larviparous reproduction of Musca fergusoni J.
Ormia ochracea are larviparous; once they locate their host, the gravid female deposits her planidia (1st instar Ormia) on and around the cricket (Cade 1975).
More broadly, differences in modes of reproduction (viviparous, oviparous, larviparous) are explained by differences in earthiness, where increase in earthiness accounts for the deviant and inferior forms of reproduction (GA II 1, 732b32-3).
Life history responses of larviparous Boettcherisca formosensis (Diptera: Sarcophagidae) to larval competition for food, including comparisons with oviparous Hemipyrellia ligurriens (Calliphoridae).
Members of Sarcophagidae are larviparous (deposit first-stage larvae instead of laying eggs).
Evolutionary patterns in the family Ostreidae: larviparous vs.
females are nocturnal, larviparous, phonotactic flies that locate hosts (from some distance) by tracking the courtship song of male hosts (e.g., Robert et al.
A genetic and metabolic basis for faster growth among triploids induced by blocking meiosis I but not meiosis II in the larviparous European flat oyster, Ostrea edulis L.
Larviparous Organisms such as flies that deposit first-stage larvae instead of laying eggs.