Asked in Birds
Is it normal to have larva coming out of baby birds?
it completely alien for that to happen
Asked in Volcanoes
What happen to people animals the landscape when a volcano erupt?
It will be destroyed and will also be covered with larva.
Asked in Insects
What might happen to an insect larva placed in a glass jar with only grass to eat?
he will die cause he will not have oxysigon
What question can you ask for oil larva lamps?
What? What is an oil lava lamp made out of? What is an oil larva lamp? How? How does it work? Where? Where can you by an oil larva lamp? Where was the first larva lamp invented? When? When was the first oil larva lamp made? Why? Why was the oil larva lamp made? Why do they call it the oil larva lamp? By Shanti Lavea ...
Asked in Acids and Bases
What would happen if you touched a zero on the pH scale?
if you touch it then you will lose touch .
How can you use larva in a sentence?
A larva is one of the stages of insect development. Types of larva include caterpillars (a moth or butterfly larva), maggots (fly larva), and nymphs (grasshopper larva). There are also non-insect animals that have larvae, one of the most famous being the frog (who spawn tadpole larvae). Watching the man eat the giant larva on television made me feel sick. I never knew a tadpole was classified a type of larva. The larva wriggled about on the leaf. ...
Asked in Porifera (Sponges)
How is sponge larva different from adult larva?
There is no such thing as an "adult larva" , a larva is always immature ( a "baby"). If you mean "how is a sponge larva different from and adult sponge?" The answer is: 1. The larva is almost microscopic. You can't really see it with your bare eye. 2. the larva swims around. an Adult sponge stays attached to a surface for its lifetime and can't swim ...