univoltine


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univoltine

(ˌjuːnɪˈvɒltaɪn)
adj
reproducing at a rate of one generation per year, i.e. having one brood of young in one year
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The locust life cycle is univoltine in cool temperate regions, bivoltine or trivoltine in temperate regions, and multivoltine, with more than 3 generations per year, in subtropical and tropical regions (Verdier 1972, Tanaka 1994a, b, Shimizu et al.
yedoensis (generalist) (specialist) Niche Habitat Various deciduous Pine trees trees including pine trees Prey Various aphid species The giant pine aphid Alternative prey Various aphid species Various aphid and species and artificial diet artificial diet Life-history traits Adult body size Similar Egg size Small Large Rate of oviposition High Low Sibling cannibalism Low High within clutch Hatchling head size Small Large Larval leg length Short Long Larval behavior Low walking ability High walking ability Seasonality Bivoltine (central Univoltine Japan) Critical photoperiod NA for diapause induction Interspecific reproduction Interspecific mating Yes attempt Interspecific Yes copulation Viable hybrid No offspring Reproductive Superior Inferior interference Chrysopa lacewings C.
dichrootricha is a univoltine species with a tendency to nest in forests in cavities of various diameters.
Temperate-zone mantids, such as the Chinese mantis Tenodera aridifolia sinensis (Saussure), are univoltine, hatching in spring, maturing by late summer, and ovipositing in autumn before being killed by hard frosts.
rufimanus (BOH.) is a univoltine species developing within Vicia faba L.
The seasonal changes are mainly the result of different life cycles (i.e., univoltine or bivoltine) which are correspondingly synchronized (Cayrou & Cereghino, 2005).
Being univoltine spiders are unable to increase their abundance rapidly in response to high prey density (Foelix 1996).
This is especially important in places where some abundant species are univoltine (adults with a single flight season), or at least concentrated in few months.
Dual photoperiodic regulation to enable univoltine life cycle in alpine silver-Y moth, Syngrapha ottolenguii (Noctuidae: Plusiinae) without obligatory diapause.
Peucetia viridans is considered an annual univoltine species, with a reproductive season between June and September.