The time-consuming GPS mapping was performed in eastern Cincinnati to determine the eastern boundary of the brood
, which will be compared to the western boundary of Brood
XIV when that brood
emerges in 2008.
Song rates (peak and average) during fertile and incubation stages were higher than when feeding young in both first and second broods
(although not when looking at first broods
Individual fertility estimates show that Puelche oysters may brood
from 447,500 to 3,790,000 larvae (mean = 1,868,212; std = 813,808; n = 121).
The award for overall best brood
in the show went to a newcomer in Suzie May, an August 01 daughter of Toms The Best, who also won the 'bitches' destined for brood
Athens County is within the range of Brood
V, which last emerged there in 1999.
Distribution of Broods
XXII, V, and VIII of Cicada septendecim in Indiana.
This allowed us to track the number of broods
, time from mating to extrusion, occurrence of molting, and exact carapace size for each individual female.
HISTORY was made at the recent Greyhound Breeders' Festival at Harlow with Heather Dimmock becoming the first in the show's 41-years history to provide the winner of both the Best Sapling and Best Brood
in Show categories.
Females with partially aborted broods
were not identified nor excluded from the present study.
A BLACKBIRD with a liking for toddlers has returned to raise a second brood
of chicks right under the noses of youngsters at a Nuneaton pre-school.
Habitat utilized by wild turkey broods
within oak-hickory forests of West Virginia.
During the 199742000 study, the researchers studied broods
of the viviparous eelpout (Zoarces viviparus), a small bottom-dwelling marine fish.
CANADA Geese are proudly parading their newly-hatched broods
of goslings around on lakes and rivers.
8% (167 of 289) first broods
were successful (Table 1).
The proportion of male parasitoids in broods
developing from the second instar and adult mealybugs did not influence the parasitoids' survival rate (second instar: [F.