Difference between revisions of "coarctate larva"

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|definition=1. A larva similar to the dipteran [[puparium]] in which the [[skin]] of the preceding [[instar]] is not completely shed, being attached to the caudal end of the body.  
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|definition=1. A larva similar to the dipteran [[puparium]] in which the [[skin]] of the preceding [[instar]] is not completely shed, being attached to the [[caudal]] end of the body.  
  
 
2. The sixth [[instar]] of a meloid larva with the fifth exuvium present; a [[pseudopupa]]; a [[semipupa]].
 
2. The sixth [[instar]] of a meloid larva with the fifth exuvium present; a [[pseudopupa]]; a [[semipupa]].

Revision as of 00:34, 14 September 2013

coarctate larva: 1. A larva similar to the dipteran puparium in which the skin of the preceding instar is not completely shed, being attached to the caudal end of the body.

2. The sixth instar of a meloid larva with the fifth exuvium present; a pseudopupa; a semipupa.