Abstract The effects oftemperature-induced changes in the kinematic viscosity ofwater on the swimming speed of Atlantic haddock ( Melanogrammus aeglefinus ) larvae was examined at four different ages and sizes, from 5 to 25 days post hatch (dph)(5 mm to 8 mm total length).
THE PHYSIOLOGY OF SALINITY TOLERANCE IN LARVAE OF TWO SPECIES OF CULEX MOSQUITOES: THE ROLE OF COMPATIBLE SOLUTES Salinity tolerance of mosquito larvae
Females deposit up to 300 eggs each, either singly or in groups of up to 30 eggs, on or near materials that will serve as food sources for the larvae.
Some live on dead leaves and decaying matter, others feed on plants, and some prey on other organisms. Oxygen is absorbed through the body surface. Larvae and the pupae are common food sources for trout and other fish.
The Open Marine Biology Journal, 2011, 5, 47-57 47 1874-4508/11 2011 Bentham Open Open Access Digestive Enzymes in Larvae and Juveniles of Farmed Sharpsnout
Australian Journal of Entomology (2005) 44 , 354-363 "2005 Australian Entomological Society Blackwell Science, LtdOxford, UKAENAustralian Journal of Entomology1326-67562005 Australian Entomological Society0 2005444354363Original ArticleLarvae of Nymphulinae on hydrillaD H Habeck and J K ...
However, it soon became apparent that this was attended by certain dangers, inasmuch as fly larvae in *From the Departments of Zoology and Entomology, of Medical and Surgical Research, and of Orthopedic Surgery, The Ohio State University.
Reference: Biol. Bull. 194: 187-193. (April, 1998) Cloning by Ophiuroid Echinoderm Larvae ELIZABETH J. BALSER Illinois Wesleyan University, Department of Biology, Bloomington, Illinois 61702-2900 Abstract.
Studies on the efficacy of Toxorhynchites larvae and three larvivorous fish species for the control of Aedes larval populations in water-storage tanks in the Matale district of Sri Lanka Studies on the efficacy of Toxorhynchites larvae and three larvivorous fish species for the control of Aedes ...
D uring the last century, many fishless mountain lakes and ponds in the Pacific Northwest were stocked with non-native fish, such as brook trout, for recreational purposes.