eclosion

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eclosion

[ē′klō·zhən]
(invertebrate zoology)
The process of an insect hatching from its egg.
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The consecutive peaks of eclosion may be the consequence of long-term co-evolutionary competition processes among these three parasitoid species, which would have resulted in the minimization of inter-species competition and parasitation of the same host at different periods.