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" ... and the sitaris, therefore, at its first meal, relieves itself from its only rival. After eight days the egg is consumed, and on the empty shell the sitaris undergoes its first transformation, and makes its appearance in a very different form. "
The Natural History Review - 130 페이지
1862
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Nature, 8권

Sir Norman Lockyer - 1873
...makes its appearance in a very different form as shown in Fig. 10. The honey which was fatal before is now necessary ; the activity which before was necessary,...below, and the spiracles above the surface; "grace a I'embonpoint du ventre," says M. Fabre, "lalarve est a 1'abri de 1'asphyxie." In this state it remains...
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The Study of Life

1874 - 80 페이지
...transformation, and makes its appearance in a very diiferent form. " The honey, which was fatal before, is now necessary ; the activity, which before was...float on the surface of the honey, with the mouth beneath and the spiracles above the surface : ' Grace a 1'embonpoint du ventre,' says M. Fabre, ' la...
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On the Origin and Metamorphoses of Insects

Sir John Lubbock - 1874 - 108 페이지
...makes its appearance in a very different form, as shown in Fig. 10. The honey which was fatal before is now necessary ; the activity which before was necessary...active, slim larva changes into a white, fleshy grub, so organized as to float on the surface of the honey, with the mouth beneath, and the spiracles above...
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On the origin and metamorphoses of insects

1874
...appearance in a very different form, as shown in Fig. 10. The honey which was fatal before is no-.v necessary ; the activity which before was necessary...active, slim larva changes into a white, fleshy grub, so organized as to float on the surface of the honey, with the mouth beneath, and the spiracles above...
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The Fortnightly Review, 27권

1877
...transformation, and makes its' appearance in a very different form. The honey, which was fatal before, is now necessary, the activity, which before was necessary,...active, slim larva changes into a white, fleshy grub, so organized as to float on the surface of the honey, with the mouth beneath and the spiracles above the...
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On certain relations between plants and insects: a lecture, 8권

John Lubbock (1st baron Avebury.) - 1878
...shown in Figure 10. The honey which was fatal before is now necessary ; the activity which was before necessary is now useless ; consequently, with the...into a white fleshy grub, so organised as to float upon the surface of the honey with the mouth beneath, and the spiracles above the surface. " Grâce...
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Scientific lectures

John Lubbock (1st baron Avebury.) - 1879 - 187 페이지
...transformation, and makes its appearance in a very different form. The honey, which was fatal before, is now necessary, the activity, which before was necessary,...active, slim larva changes into a white, fleshy grub, so organized as to float on the surface of the honey, with the mouth beneath and the spiracles above the...
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Chapters in popular natural history

John Lubbock (1st baron Avebury.) - 1882
...transformation, and makes its appearance in a very different form. II. The honey, which was fatal before, is now necessary — the activity, which before was...float on the surface of the honey, with the mouth beneath and the breathingholes above the surface ; for insects breathe, not as we do through the mouth,...
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Animal Life and Intelligence

Conwy Lloyd Morgan - 1891 - 512 페이지
...makes its appearance in a very different form. ... It changes into a white, fleshy grub, so organized as to float on the surface of the honey, with the mouth beneath and the spiracles above the surface. ... In this state it remains until the honey is consumed;"*...
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Habit and Instinct

Conwy Lloyd Morgan - 1896 - 351 페이지
...makes its appearance in a very different form. ... It changes to a white fleshy grub, so organized as to float on the surface of the honey, with the mouth beneath and the spiracles above the surface. ... In this state it remains until the honey is consumed,"...
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