Their larvae feed in a sentence
1. Their larvae feed on glandular secretions and develop within the female's oviduct, often for long periods.
2. It is found throughout temperate Europe, Asia Minor, Central Asia, Siberia, China, Nepal, Sikkim Himalayas in India, Mongolia, Korea and Japan, wherever common nettle, which their larvae feed on, is found.
3. Mealworms have generally been considered pests, because their larvae feed on stored grains.
4. These insects live in the sloth's fur, and lay their eggs in its dung, on which their larvae feed.
5. The larvae of the Acentropinae are adapted to life under water, and certain Phycitinae and Pyralinae are adapted to very dry environments and their larvae feed on stored food products.
6. They can be an agricultural pest affecting a wide range of crops because their larvae feed on plant roots and can weaken or kill the plants.
7. The adults are nocturnal and are attracted to light, while their larvae feed on rotting wood or roots.
8. Parasitoids such as Chelonus insularis, Cotesia marginiventris, Meteorus autographae, Lespesia archippivora lay eggs on the caterpillars, and their larvae feed and emerge.
9. The hoverfly Volucella pellucens and some of its relatives lay their eggs in a wasp nest, and their larvae feed on the wasps' young and dead adults.
10. Their larvae feed on various plant materials and invertebrates, including the larvae of other beetles.
11. Adults feed on nectar, whereas their larvae feed on aphids.
12. Their larvae feed usually on birch, but could also be found on aspen and hazel.
13. Like in other belids, their antennae are straight, not elbowed as in the true weevils (Curculionidae), and their larvae feed on the wood of diseased or dying plants or on deadwood or fruits;
14. Their larvae feed on wood, mostly of Araucariaceae.
15. Flower flies (the family Syrphidae) are critical and one of the most common bio-control agents of plant pests because their larvae feed on aphids.
16. The federally endangered mission blue butterfly requires either Lupinus albifrons, Lupinus formosus and Lupinus variicolor, on which their larvae feed.
17. The bees eat nectar, but their larvae feed upon a mass composed of both nectar and Clarkia pollen, placed in chambers underground.
18. Flight periods tend to be late in the year, and their larvae feed on aphids.
19. Their wingspan is about 30 mm. Their larvae feed on ant eggs, and probably also the larvae.
20. Some like Brachyopa are associated with sap runs where their larvae feed on decaying sap.
21. But usually, their larvae feed on plants, boring into seed, fruits, stems and roots, or rolling and spinning leaves together to form a hideout.
22. Adult beetles and their larvae feed on leaves of Euphorbia species (Euphorbiaceae).
23. Adult beetles and their larvae feed on leaves of Helianthemum nummularium and Cistaceae species.
24. Their larvae feed on Fraxinus, maple, and other hardwood plants.
25. Their larvae feed on Myrtaceae species, like Syzygium cumini.
26. Their larvae feed on the flowers of Lantana camara (Verbenaceae).
27. Ladybirds and their larvae feed on aphids.
28. Their larvae feed on Pinus koraiensis.
29. Their larvae feed chiefly on larvae of moths in superfamilies Tortricoidea and Pyraloidea.
30. Their larvae feed on the decaying algae and its associated microorganisms.
- the female's oviduct
- long periods
- Other amphibians
- not caecilians
- the parent's body
- the larvae subsist
- the yolks
- no nourishment
- The larvae emerge
- varying stages
- their growth
- their species
- The toad
- these developmental patterns
- its dozen or so members
- Frog larvae
- oval bodies
- long, vertically flattened tails
- The free-living larvae
- the tadpoles
- Nannophrys ceylonensis
- wet rocks
- cartilaginous skeletons
- (external gills
- first, internal gills
- lateral line systems
- large tails
- Newly hatched tadpoles
- gill pouches
- accessory breathing organs
- the water surface
- gulp air
- small frogs
- These larvae
- specialised areas
- true teeth
- the jaws
- long, parallel rows
- small keratinized structures
- a horny beak