tipula


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tipula

(ˈtɪpjʊlə)
n
(Animals) another name for crane fly
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Leptonema TIPULIDAE Macronema Hexatoma Macrostemum Limonia Plectromacronema Molophilus Plectropsyche Tipula Smicridea Limoniinae Gen.
Peter Boardman, from the Cranefly Reporting Scheme, said Tipula paludosa is one of 338 types of craneflies in the UK.
(10.) Toxins of Bacillus thuringiensis serovar israelensis to brush border membrane vesicles of Tipula paludosa (Diptera: Nematocera) and subsequent pore formation.
Virulence of entomopathogenic nematodes (Rhabditida: Steinernematidae, Heterorhabditidae) against Tipula paludosa (Diptera: Tipulidae), a turfgrass pest on golf courses.
It is believed that many of the crane flies will be from a breed called Tipula Maxima, which can grow up to four inches long.
Some shredders, including Gammams amphipods, have enzymes that facilitate digestion of lignin and lignocellulose (potentially acquired by consuming fungi, Barlocher and Porter, 1986) whereas other shredders (e.g., cranefly larvae in the genus Tipula) have a more alkaline midgut that may minimize the impact of tannins and other compounds that inhibit invertebrate feeding (Martin et al, 1980; Barlocher and Porter, 1986).
Most of those hatching out are Tipula paludosa, a species which is around an inch in size and is found across the UK.
Most of the crane flies hatching out are Tipula paludosa, a species which is around an inch in size and is found across the UK.
Experts say that the largest number will be of the species Tipula maxima, which can grow up to four inches.