10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «ERUCIFORM»
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Encyclopedia of Entomology
Eruciform. Larva. A larval body form with a cylindrical body, well developed head,
and usually with thoracic legs and abdominal prolegs. Often they are sluggish,
and found in the soil or living in burrows within fruit, seeds or wood. Caterpillars ...
Caddis Larvae: Larvae of the British Trichoptera
After Klapalek had described the two distinct larval forms, campodei- form and
eruciform, present in the TRICHOPTERA, Martynov (1924) classified the order
into two suborders, the ANNULIPALPIA containing those families with
Proceedings of the 4th International Symposium on ...
Some have argued (e.g. Nielsen, 1948) that the morphology of the trichopteran
gula shows that eruciform larvae were derived from campodeiform in this order. Is
this view compatible with the fact that lepidopterous larvae generally are ...
Handbook of Agricultural Entomology
Larvae are classed as 'campodeiform' or 'eruciform', a division basically between
carnivores and herbivores/scavengers. The cartoon (Fig. 12.4) demonstrates that
the differences between the two types listed in Table 12.1 have more general ...
Introduction to Forest Entomology: A Training Manual for ...
A Training Manual for Forest Technicians Douglas C. Allen, James E. Coufal.
LIST OF FIGURES (continued) Page Figure 47. Head capsule Lepidoptera larva (
front view) 88 Figure 48. Eruciform larva (Lepidoptera) (lateral view) 88 Figure 49
Douglas C. Allen, James E. Coufal, 1984
The Life-Story of Insects
It seems impossible to avoid the conclusion that the active, armoured
campodeiform grub differing less from its parent than an eruciform larva differs
from its parent, is as a larval type more primitive than the caterpillar or maggot. A.
George H. Carpenter, 2013
A Dictionary of Entomology
A larva; a caterpillar. See Caterpillar. Cf. Erucina. ERUCIC STOMATITIS Disorder
resulting from ingestion of caterpillar Setae (urticating hairs) by humans.
ERUCIFORM Adj. (Latin, eruca I caterpillar; forma I shape.) 1. Shaped as a
Australian Freshwater Life: The Invertebrates of Australian ...
Various eruciform larvae. 1. A rchaeophylax (Lim- nephilidae); 2. Tasimia (
Tasimiidae); 3. Philanisus (Chat- hamiidae); 4. Helicopsyche (Hclicopsychidae);
5. Philorheith- ridae; 6. Leptoceridae; 7. Anisoceutropus (Calamoceratidae).
William David Williams, 1980
The Invertebrata: A Manual for the Use of Students
In the eruciform type (Fig. 316b), found among plant-eating forms like the
lamellicorn-beetles, the legs are shorter, and the animal much less active in its
search for food, the body bulkier and cylindrical. Finally, there is the apodous
type which ...
Lancelot Alexander Borradaile, Frank Armitage Potts, G. A. Kerkut, 1963
Introduction to California Beetles
Examples of types of larval body forms: Eruciform or caterpillar-like (
Chrysomelidae); Vermiform or maggot-like (Curculion- idae); Scarabaeiform or C
-shaped (Scarabaeidae); Elateriform (Tenebri- onidae); Campodeiform (
Staphylinidae). side ...
Arthur V. Evans, James N. Hogue, 2004