free-living larvae in a sentence
1. The eggs of amphibians are typically laid in water and hatch into free-living larvae that complete their development in water and later transform into either aquatic or terrestrial adults.
2. The free-living larvae are normally fully aquatic, but the tadpoles of some species (such as Nannophrys ceylonensis) are semi-terrestrial and live among wet rocks.
3. As a general rule, free-living larvae are fully aquatic, but at least one species (Nannophrys ceylonensis) has semiterrestrial tadpoles which live among wet rocks.
4. They are burrowing animals, which lay eggs that hatch into free-living larvae.
5. In contrast to most fishes that spawn unfertilised eggs, the deepwater redfish has internal fertilisation and spawns free-living larvae.
6. If similar to other Boulengerula, it would be oviparous and have direct development (no free-living larvae).
7. Free-living larvae stay in the vegetation areas at the edge of the pond and feed of algae.
8. Reproduction is unknown but presumably involves free-living larvae.
9. Development is direct (no free-living larvae);
10. It is a terrestrial frog that probably has direct development (i.e., no free-living larvae).
11. Reproduction presumably involves free-living larvae.
12. Breeding is direct (without free-living larvae) and not dependent on water.
13. As a general rule, free living larvae are fully aquatic.
14. New hosts are located and infected by free-living larvae (oncomiracidium).
15. The morphology of the adult females gives little clue as to their true identity, but the free-living larvae show their true taxonomic affiliations.
16. On encountering sea water the cocoons burst open and the free-living larvae are liberated.
- their development
- either aquatic or terrestrial adults
- most lungless salamanders
- miniature adults
- Nectophrynoides spp
- a few days later
- about a day
- Necturus, Proteus and Amphiuma
- Sri Lanka
- the age of about ten months
- maternal dermatophagy
- about seven minutes
- approximately three days
- up to 20%
- two or three months
- up to eight weeks