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#21 Offline NicholasP - Posted April 15 2021 - 8:22 AM

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By prepupae I assume you mean larvae?

Yes. Some of the major larvae have turned completely white. So I learned before from someone that when larva go into a complete white color where you can no longer see their stomach like that they're assumed as prepupae.



#22 Offline Kaelwizard - Posted April 15 2021 - 8:31 AM

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By prepupae I assume you mean larvae?

Yes. Some of the major larvae have turned completely white. So I learned before from someone that when larva go into a complete white color where you can no longer see their stomach like that they're assumed as prepupae.

 

Interesting. I haven't heard that term before so that's why I asked.



#23 Offline NicholasP - Posted April 15 2021 - 8:50 AM

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By prepupae I assume you mean larvae?

Yes. Some of the major larvae have turned completely white. So I learned before from someone that when larva go into a complete white color where you can no longer see their stomach like that they're assumed as prepupae.

 

Interesting. I haven't heard that term before so that's why I asked.

 

CheetoLord02 taught me what it meant and I was so confused when he first told me about prepupae but now I know.

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#24 Offline Kaelwizard - Posted April 15 2021 - 8:52 AM

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By prepupae I assume you mean larvae?

Yes. Some of the major larvae have turned completely white. So I learned before from someone that when larva go into a complete white color where you can no longer see their stomach like that they're assumed as prepupae.

 

Interesting. I haven't heard that term before so that's why I asked.

 

CheetoLord02 taught me what it meant and I was so confused when he first told me about prepupae but now I know.

 

Well I'll be sure to use that term now.



#25 Offline NicholasP - Posted April 15 2021 - 8:55 AM

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Oh wait... I think I used the term incorrectly I might've understood what CheetoLord02 said incorrectly. But I'm not sure anymore.


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#26 Offline Kaelwizard - Posted April 15 2021 - 8:57 AM

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Oh wait... I think I used the term incorrectly I might've understood what CheetoLord02 said incorrectly. But I'm not sure anymore.

Based on that definition it is just a blanket term for the larval stage some insects have before the pupal stage.



#27 Offline NicholasP - Posted April 16 2021 - 11:31 PM

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Later today I will be updating this journal!


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