hatchling


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hatchling

a young animal that has newly emerged from an egg
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Some eggs never hatch; some eggs and hatchlings get eaten by predators; some get caught up in lounge chairs left on the beach; and artificial lighting from beachside condos can lead some into the road instead of out to the Gulf.
snails) of three co-occurring New Zealand whelks with contrasting reproductive strategies and hatchling size (i.
Then their three hatchling were observed up to be able to flight and depending on themselves for feeding.
The current study evaluated nest and beach temperatures relative to emergence times in hatchlings produced in the Bi-National Kemp's Ridley Recovery Program at this turtle's primary nesting beach.
Clearly, some segment of the population spawns far later than previously known, leaving hatchlings to feed on zooplankton Dr.
Unexpectedly obvious divergence was not observed in vermicomposts of hatchling juvenile and adult E.
Larry is the second Nile hatchling obtained under similar circumstances.
Kaplan and Mooney investigated whether the ocean's changing chemistry might affect the developing eggs and hatchlings of the common Atlantic longfin squid.
Understanding space-use patterns of hatchling western pond turtles is particularly important for conservation of this species because most management is focused on increasing recruitment through nest protection and headstarting (Hays et al.
In this way, the present study aimed to evaluate the production and viability of resting eggs from zooplankton organisms, as well their time to hatchling, in eggs pool at connected and isolated lakes and backwaters from the upper Parana river floodplain, during the periods of ebb and drought in 2008.