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A form of a recently born or hatched animal that is quite different from its adult stage
A stage of growth for some insects, in which they are wingless and resemble a caterpillar or grub after hatching from their egg
An animal in the aforementioned stage
{n} the caterpillar state of insects
A larva is an insect at the stage of its life after it has developed from an egg and before it changes into its adult form. The eggs quickly hatch into larvae. larvae a young insect with a soft tube-shaped body, which will later become an insect with wings = grub. Active, feeding stage in the development of many animals, occurring after birth or hatching and before the adult form is reached. Larvae are structurally different from adults and often are adapted to a different environment. Some species have free-living larvae but sessile (affixed) adults, the moving larvae thus helping to spread the species; others have aquatic larvae but terrestrial adults. Most larvae are tiny; many are dispersed by entering a host's body, where the adult form of the parasite emerges. Many invertebrates (e.g., cnidarians) have simple larvae. Flukes have several larval stages, and annelids, mollusks, and crustaceans have various larval forms. Insect larvae are called caterpillars, grubs, maggots, or worms; the larval stage of many insects may last much longer than the adult stage (e.g., some cicadas live 17 years as larvae and a week as adults). Echinoderms also have larval forms. The larvae of frogs and toads are called tadpoles. See also metamorphosis, pupa
Singular, the pre-adult form in which some animals with multiple life stages hatch from the egg
{i} early wingless stage of an insect (Entomology)
The larvæ of many insects are much like the adults in form and habits, but have no trace of wings, the rudimentary wings appearing only in the pupa stage
the immature free-living form of most invertebrates and amphibians and fish which at hatching from the egg is fundamentally unlike its parent and must metamorphose
Young insect which is not yet an adult
The immature stage of an insect that undergoes complete metamorphosis
the young and immature form of an animal, which must change to become an adult
Newly hatched young of any animal in which the young are very different in appearance from the adults Plural: larvae
An independent embryo stage some animals go through before assuming the characteristics of the adult of the species
n (pl larvae) The beginning part of the life cycle of insects and other animals without backbones The larva hatches out of the egg, has a soft, wormlike body and cannot reproduce
Stage in the live cycle of most insects Sometimes also known as "caterpillar", "maggot", "grub" or "worm"; Plural: larvae
The immature instars, between the egg and pupal stages, in an insect having a complete metamorphosis (egg, larva, pupa, adult) Larvae feed and grow but cannot fly, nor can they reproduce
An early stage of an individual insect's development It will later metamorphose from this stage of life into a more advanced stage A caterpillar is the larva of a moth or butterfly A grub is the larva of a beetle See also pupa
During this time it usually molts several times, and may change its form or color each time
the immature, wingless form of many insects from the time it leaves the egg until it becomes a pupa
(Plu larvae) The young of insects, eg grub, caterpillar, maggot that metamorphose into adult forms eg beetle, moth, fly Larvae are active, self sustaining and independent life forms, and many inhabit caves Fauna Ref AC
A mobile wingless grub that is the second stage in the life cycle of an insect
Any young insect from the time that it hatches from the egg until it becomes a pupa, or chrysalis
The immature stage of insects that go through complete metamorphosis
the second stage of a butterfly's life cycle Also called a caterpillar
In other groups of insects the larvæ are totally unlike the parents in structure and habits, and are called caterpillars, grubs, maggots, etc
Syn: Grub, worm A young insect which quits the egg in an early stage of morphological development and differs fundamentally in form from the adult; in a strict zoological sense, the immature form of animals which undergo metamorphosis
A stage in the life cycle of an INSECT following emergence from the egg in those species where the young insect is markedly different from the adult A good example is a CATERPILLAR
– The young, immature form of any animal that changes structurally when it becomes an adult
a sexually immature juvenile stage of an animal’s life cycle However, there are a few exceptions, where the larval form never metamorphoses into the adult stage and is sexually mature (neoteny)
(plural: larvae [lar-vee]): the immature stage of insects with complete metamorphosis, it has a completely different form than the adult (examples: maggot/fly, caterpillar/butterfly)
The early, immature form of any animal when more or less of a metamorphosis takes place, before the assumption of the mature shape
early stage in the life cycle of a parasite, usually wingless and worm-like and usually incapable of reproduction
Immature form of insects from the time of leaving the egg until the transformation into the next phase of development
The stage between egg and larva in the lifecycle of insects that undergo complete metamorphoses, such as caddis and midges
a worm-like newly born creature which will change with growth until it looks like its parents
The second stage of a Butterflies life
A larva
Immature wingless insect that is in worm form
[n, pl ] the immature, wingless, and often worm-like stage of many insects after hatching from the egg and before transformation into a pupa or chrysalis
– The plural form of larva
baby insects
The immature form of many animals, which hatches from the egg and often differs in appearance from the adult form
A stage in the growth of an insect
larv-ee Plural of 'larva'
The immature form of an insect that transforms through complete metamorphosis
an animal's young that then transforms; the young of any invertebrate
Immature wingless forms of insects such as mosquitoes
Fry or insect offspring that are not yet fully developed
Early form of an animal that is unlike its adult form and must metamorphose before assuming adult characteristics
Larvae refers to the juvenile stage of most invertebrates, amphibians, and fish, which all hatch from eggs It is unlike the adult in form and is usually incapable of sexual reproduction It develops into the adult by undergoing metamorphosis Examples are the tadpoles of frogs or caterpillars of butterflies
The young form of an insect that has hatched from the egg (egg, larvae, pupae, adult)
Plural, the pre-adult forms in which some animals with multiple life stages hatch from the eggs
Plural of larva
Immature stage for some insects (frequently looks worm-like)
The first stage of development after hatching for many fish and invertebrates
The newly hatched, earliest stage of fish
the immature stage of some organisms; differs in form and appearance from adults
Larval means concerning insect larvae or in the state of being an insect larva
relating to or typical of a larva; "the larval eye
Of or pertaining to a larva
{s} of or pertaining to a larva; like a larva; immature; larvate, not clearly revealed, hidden, concealed (of a disease)
relating to or typical of a larva; "the larval eye"
the state of or being a larva
immature of its kind; especially being or characteristic of immature insects in the newly hatched wormlike feeding stage; "larval societies"; "larval crayfishes"; "the larval stage"
loevens larva
The peculiar larva of Polygordius
Türkçe - İngilizce
larva, grub kurtçuk
(Arılık) nymph
larva ile ilgili
larva öldürücü
(Denizbilim) meta-larva
birinci dönem larva
(Biyoloji) first instar
yumurta keseli larva
(Denizbilim) yolk-sac larva



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    /ˈlärvə/ /ˈlɑːrvə/


    [ 'lär-v& ] (noun.) 1768. From Latin larva (“ghost-like, masked”).

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