2 edition of Biology and first instar larva of Epimetopus trogoides (Col., Hydrophilidae) found in the catalog.
Biology and first instar larva of Epimetopus trogoides (Col., Hydrophilidae)
Aristides A. Rocha
by Departamento de zoologia, Secretaria da Agricultura in São Paulo
Written in English
|Statement||[by] Aristides A. Rocha.|
|Series||Papeis avulsos de zoologia,, v. 20, art. 19|
|LC Classifications||QL1 .S35 vol. 20, art, 19, QL596.H8 .S35 vol. 20, art, 19|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||228|
|LC Control Number||75501088|
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A BIBLIOGRAPHIC COMPILATION ON THE IMMATURE STAGES OF HYDROPHILOIDEA (INSECTA: COLEOPTERA) By Miguel Archangelsky. KEY WORDS: Coleoptera, Hydrophiloidea, Hydrophilidae, Helophoridae, Epimetopidae, Georissidae, Hydrochidae, Spercheidae, immature stages, larva, pupa, egg case, biology, ecology, bibliography.
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Schmidt R.R. 2, Box 41 Schuyler, Nebraska ABSTRACT The egg, third instar larva and pupa of Neobisnius sobrinus (Erichson) are described and illustrations of struc tural features are provided. THE RAFFLES BULLETIN OF ZOOLOGY Figs. 1–7. Adults, habitat and development of I. burmensis-larvae.
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galinae eggs hatched in approximately 3 d, the larval stage from the first instar to fifth instar (before formation of cocoons) was completed in approximately 5 d. While 50% of the fifth-instar larvae formed cocoons in approximately 2 d (10 d from egg), it took ≈20 d for 50% of adults to emerge from the by: Three larval instars of Prostephanus truncatus (Horn) were recognized in rearings at 25°C and 75% r.h., based on the greatest distance between the ven Cited by: Biology, some physiological processes and cold hardiness of Trogoderma granarium Everts (Coleoptera: Dermestidae) on ten diets (barley, corn, millet, rice, rye, sorghum, triticale, wheat groundnut, and walnut) were studied under laboratory conditions (33 ± 1 °C with 65 ± 5% RH, 14L: 10D).
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The mean natural mortality among the nymphal stage was %, and the majority of which occurred among the fifth instar nymph. The pre-oviposition period usually ranged between days for the first generation, but the overwintered females of the second generation have a long preoviposition period.
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