Pupa

An inactive stage in the life cycle of some insects with complete metamorphosis; a non-feeding and usually inactive stage, pl. pupae.

Pupa

A pupa (Latin pupa for doll, pl: pupae or pupas) is the life stage of some insects undergoing transformation. The pupal stage is found only in holometabolous insects, those that undergo a complete metamorphosis, going through four life stages: embryo, larva, pupa and imago. (For a list of such insects see Holometabolism). The pupae of different gr...
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Pupa

(pl., pupae)
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pupa

(pu´pә) the second stage in the development of an insect, between the larva and the imago. adj., pu´pal., adj.
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pupa

[n] - an insect in the inactive stage of development (when it is not feeding) intermediate between larva and adult
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Pupa

• (n.) A genus of air-breathing land snails having an elongated spiral shell. • (n.) Any insect in that stage of its metamorphosis which usually immediately precedes the adult, or imago, stage.
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pupa

noun an insect in the inactive stage of development (when it is not feeding) intermediate between larva and adult
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Pupa

[gastropod] Pupa is a genus of small sea snails, marine gastropod molluscs in the family Acteonidae. The genus is named Pupa because the shell of these snails resemble an insect pupa in overall shape. The animal has a large headshield with a deep median slit, separating it into two posteriorly projecting lobes. According to the World Regist...
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Pupa

Pu'pa noun ; plural Latin Pup... , English Pupas . [ Latin pupa girl. doll, puppet, fem. of pupus . Confer Puppet .] 1. (Zoology) Any insect in that stage of its metamorphosis which usually immediately precedes the adult, or imago, stage. �...
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PUPA

A developmental stage in the lifecycle of insects, generally a dormant stage, taking place in a cocoon in some cases.
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Pupa

a stage bewteen larva and adult; a resting stage, no feeding takes place; pl. pupae
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Pupa

a stage in complete metamorphosis when an insect transforms from the larval to adult stage of development.
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Pupa

An intermediate stage of certain insects, generally the stage between the larva and adult form of caddis flies or midges. Also refers to the fly imitation of these insects.
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Pupa

An intermediate stage of certain insects, generally the stage between the larva and adult form of caddis flies or midges. Also refers to the fly imitation of these insects.
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Pupa

An intermediate stage of certain insects, generally the stage between the larva and adult form of caddis flies or midges. Also refers to the fly imitation of these insects.
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pupa

an intermediate stage that occurs between the larva and the adult insect; the pupa sometimes is enclosed in a cocoon or protective covering
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pupa

doll / little girl.
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Pupa

in insects, the transition stage between the larva and the adult; to fly-fishers, caddis pupa are the most important of these insects.
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Pupa

in insects, the transition stage between the larva and the adult; to fly-fishers, caddis pupa are the most important of these insects.
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Pupa

in insects, the transition stage between the larva and the adult; to fly-fishers, caddis pupa are the most important of these insects.
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pupa

In metamorphozing insects, a stage between the larva and adult during which the organism undergoes major developmental changes.
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Pupa

Inactive stage of an insect, a transitional stage from larva to adult.
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pupa

Latin, meaning: doll / little girl.
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pupa

life stage in the development of insects exhibiting complete metamorphosis that occurs between the larval and adult stages (imago). During pupation, ... [8 related articles]
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pupa

Nonfeeding, largely immobile stage of some insect life cycles, in which larval tissues are broken down, and adult tissues and structures are formed. In many insects, the pupa is exarate, with the appendages (legs, antennae, wings) visible outside the pupal case; in butterflies and moths, it is called a chrysalis, and is obtect, with the appenda...
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