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eclosion

[ē′klō·zhən]
(invertebrate zoology)
The process of an insect hatching from its egg.
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In contrast, both male moths and male wasps from marsh fern were small but required as long or longer to eclose as those from sensitive fern.
Most of a female's eggs are mature and ready for fertilization when she ecloses, eliminating sperm storage costs.
But apple-fly adults eclose the following year an average of only 10 days earlier than hawthorn adults (Feder 1995).
In observations of pooled data from wild colonies in Palm Beach, Broward, and Miami-Dade Counties between 2004 and 2005, the first author documented that 4% of the wild populations had wing abnormalities, such as an inability to fully expand wings, and 8% of the population did not successfully eclose (n = 3,430).
Dipteran larvae emerge in spring, pupate in early summer, and eclose in spring of the next year.
The timing of collection allowed time for reproductives to eclose or to pupate (Headley 1949, Talbot 1951), [TABULAR DATA FOR TABLE 1 OMITTED] but not so much time that reproductive mating flights would be initiated.
maculatus, eggs laid by older mothers are smaller than eggs laid by younger mothers, but larvae compensate for this smaller egg size by developing longer to eclose at a targeted body size.
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These were pupal stages so that the individuals would eclose as adults at approximately the same time.