|larval stages of nematodes||0.07||0.6||4822||4|
|larval stages of trematodes||1.06||0.6||2830||27|
|larval stages of porifera||0.16||0.9||6407||59|
|larval stages of crustaceans||0.54||0.7||2315||14|
|larval stages of ascaris lumbricoides||1.52||0.6||3127||69|
|larval stages of platyhelminthes||1.37||0.2||2044||59|
|larval stages of prawn||1.5||0.3||1887||50|
|larval stages of flies||1.39||0.3||4182||90|
|larval stages of shrimp||0.36||0.4||6716||18|
|larval stages of macrobrachium rosenbergii||0.34||0.1||2145||23|
|larval stages of ladybug||1.65||0.6||1098||41|
|larval stages of armyworms||1.41||0.8||2339||54|
|instar larval stages||1.32||0.5||7397||62|
|thrips larval stages||0.73||0.9||4694||66|
|starfish larval stages||1.79||0.4||8434||11|
|salmon larval stages||1.88||0.6||2617||60|
The eggs hatch in 8 to 20 hours and the larva emerges out of the eggs. The larvae once out immediately start feeding on the material on which the eggs are laid. These larvae are found almost to double up their size in less than two days. Larvae that emerge out of the egg are 3 to 9mm long, creamy whitish in color and cylindrical in shape.What are the stages of larvae?
After hatching, the larvae go through several stages called nauplius, pseudometanauplius, metanauplius, calyptopsis and furcilia stages, each of which is sub-divided into several sub-stages. The pseudometanauplius stage is exclusive to the so-called "sac-spawners".What are the larval stages of sponge?
In the majority of sponges the larval stage develops in the body of the parent. The larva is generally at the blastula stage of development. Figure displays two types of poriferan larval stages, amphiblastula and stereoblastula in which monociliated cells cover the outer surface except the posterior pole.What is the larval stage of a housefly called?
Within a day, house fly eggs hatch into larvae, also known as maggots. Maggots are legless, white insects that feed from the egg-laying site for three to five days. During this time, maggots molt several times. They then choose a dark place to pupate.