Klowden MJ (2009). "Oviposition Behavior". In Resh VH, Carde RT (eds.). Encyclopedia of Insects. Academic Press. ISBN ...
Oviposition is slow; she takes a few minutes to lay each egg. The eggs are very difficult to find in the field because they are ...
OVIPOSITION AND NEST CONSTRUCTION". Herpetological Review. 47 (1): 119-120. Rowley, J. J. L.; Tran, D. T. A.; Hoang, H. D.; Le ...
Oviposition takes several minutes. The spot of oviposition darkens after one or two days; then, the egg cavity can be detected ... Copulation and oviposition occur in the morning or late afternoon and evening. The female searches for a suitable spot for ... However, the flies reinfest the same walnuts, and even the same oviposition sites, created by individuals of the same species. ... R. juglandis females drag their ovipositors on the husk of the walnut after oviposition, which suggests that they have released ...
OVIPOSITION AND NEST CONSTRUCTION". Herpetological Review. 47 (1): 119-120. ROGNES, KNUT (30 April 2015). "Revision of the frog ...
Females show multiple oviposition. Each egg pod may contain 20-30 eggs and first instars are observed in late December or early ...
Oviposition occurs during the afternoon. Females lay their eggs on the bark or leaves of hostplants in groups of 20 eggs. The ...
After oviposition, the females die, causing lumps of thousands of dead flies and their eggs. The larvae are predators. In fact ... Oviposition begins in early June. The females, after mating, aggregate in large clumps and lay egg masses on tree branches ... a few days after oviposition, the larvae hatch and at first feed on the dead parents. Later, they fall into the water and feed ...
The oviposition occurs in midsummer. Ekkehard Wachmann, Albert Melber, Jürgen Deckert: Wanzen. Band 4: Pentatomomorpha II: ...
In captivity, oviposition dates vary. Tulsa Zoo maintains a small herd of Aldabra tortoises and they have reproduced several ...
For Thuringia, Saxony and Lower Saxony, however, Potentilla species are given as oviposition or host plants. Potentilla ... Oviposition of Pyrgus alveus agg. has been ovserved on Potentilla verna agg. and Helianthemum nummularium in Bavaria. Here ...
Oviposition takes place at night. The female uses her ovipositor to create a small hole in the sand where she deposits the eggs ... Northeastern Beach Tiger Beetle, Cicindela d. dorsalis Observations of Oviposition Behavior Among North American Tiger Beetle ( ...
Oviposition occurs in the summer. Larvae hatch from the eggs but do not begin growing immediately. Their growth begins the ...
Oviposition takes place in tandem. It lays elongated eggs in submerged and emergent plants which subsequently hatch after about ...
Cameron, A.E. (1930). Oviposition of Haematopota pluvialis Linne. Nature 126, 601-602. Grayson, A. (2001). Notes on the ...
P. jacobsoni wasps reproduce via oviposition. Egg laying is divided into three stages. First, the female produces a substance ... the substance secreted via the Dufour's gland is vital to brood rearing as well as oviposition and self-grooming. P. jacobsoni ...
In the conifer swift moth, courtship, mating, and egg laying occur during evening hours; only oviposition occurs in the morning ...
I: Oogenesis, oviposition and oosorption. John Wiley and Sons. pp. 297-355. Bluemink JG (1967). The subcellular structure of ... Besides, calcium is the main component of the eggshell of those snails with aerial oviposition. De Jong-Brink M, Boer HH, Joose ... August 2012). "First proteome of the egg perivitelline fluid of a freshwater gastropod with aerial oviposition". Journal of ...
The time from oviposition to hatching is 20 days at 15 °C and 10 days at 24 °C. The developmental time of nymph-stages is about ... Females build egg cocoons during oviposition. The number of eggs laid is not affected by changes in temperature. The number of ...
oviposition the act of laying eggs. oviscape if part of the ovipositor is visible when not in action, then the basal visible ... koinobiont A form of parasitoidy where the parasitoid lives inside the host while allowing it to live after oviposition. labium ... idiobiont a form of parasitism where the parasitoid paralyzes or leaves the host unable to continue development at oviposition ...
Mating and oviposition lasts until July. The females drill their eggs individually on both sides of the leaves into the tissue ...
Oviposition by founding queens is large, however, only a small percentage reaches the adult stage of the F1 generation, partly ... while oviposition, brood care, and inactivity increase at night. Founding queens prefer sites close to bodies of water; however ... oviposition) is greater. The annual productivity for an established colony (60,000 to 85,000 workers) of L. apiculatum is about ...
They present an ovipositor during oviposition. The species is distributed in European countries such as Finland and Ukraine, to ...
The majority of oophagies are committed by the queen (87.5%). Oviposition is the laying of eggs. Queens lay 83.3% of the eggs ... in pre-emergence colonies, which is a significantly higher rate of oviposition than that of subordinates. Workers were never ...
Childers, C.C. (1997). Lewis, T. (ed.). Feeding and oviposition injuries to plants. pp. 505-538. {{cite book}}: ,work= ignored ...
Oviposition period is only one day. Incubation period is about 24 days. Larval period is about 64 days. Heavy infestations of ... After mating, adult female lays about 18 eggs in clusters of 2, 3 or 4. Pre-oviposition period is about 2 days. Egg laying is ...
This water-soluble pheromone may deter additional oviposition attempts by A. suspensa for at least 6 days. The plant compounds ... Lawrence, Pauline O.; Greany, P. D.; Nation, J. L.; Baranowski, R. M. (1978-03-15). "Oviposition Behavior of Biosteres ... Prokopy, Ronald J.; Greany, P. D.; Chambers, D. L. (1977-06-01). "Oviposition-Deterring Pheromone in Anastrepha suspensa". ... suspensa females have deposit pheromones from anal membranes that deter repeated attempts of oviposition in a fruit. ...
The process of oviposition also interrupts breathing; therefore, the time taken for this process is very important. There are ... Since males do not need to be present for egg deposition, females have full control of oviposition, choosing both location and ... It has been found that larger females experience more success in oviposition because they are able to endure longer periods of ... This is because larger females show increased efficiency in oviposition in comparison to smaller female newts. Such increased ...
The eggs are fertilized during oviposition. The males of some species offer a secretion (nuptial gift) from their chelicerae to ...
Females are not able to breathe during the oviposition process; therefore the benefit to wrapping the eggs outweigh the cost of ... Díaz-Paniagua, Carmen (1989). "Oviposition Behavior of Triturus marmoratus pygmaeus". Journal of Herpetology. 23 (2): 159-163. ...