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stem mothers

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FPHG -
... by the wingless female. The eggs hatch in spring about silver tip. They hatch into stem mothers--wingless females that are pear shaped and bright green. These give birth to a generation ...
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FPHG -
... all viviparous (giving live birth) wingless females, which are called "stem mothers" when mature. The bodies of these aphids have a waxy ... There are five instars, the last being that of the mature stem mother, which begins to parthenogenetically (without mating) bring forth ... congregating of young aphids around the mother. Each stem mother or group of mothers will have hundreds of young massed about ...
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Rosy Apple Aphid
... in spring are all viviparous (producing live young), wingless females, and when mature are called stem mothers. The body of the immature aphid changes color as it matures, from a dark green ... hours is sufficient to cause the leaf to be curled when it unfolds. The first stem mothers usually reach maturity when apple trees are coming into pink. They settle down and content ...
www.caf.wvu.edu

Apple Grain Aphid
... period usually about 10 days if the weather is favorable. The stem mothers become mature in early to mid-May and eggs hatch ... foliage but do not cause marked curling of the leaves. The stem mothers reach maturity about two weeks after hatching from the eggs. When ... on the water sprouts as the apple aphid commonly does. The stem mothers mature in early to mid-May. Deposition of young usually begins ...
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Apple Aphid
... are all viviparous wingless females. The five instars include the last stage, which is the stem mother. Adults: The wingless viviparous females are pear-shaped and light green, though in spring ... in the spring about the time the buds begin to open. The eggs hatch into stem mothers, which give birth to a generation of viviparous aphids, about three-quarters of which develop ...
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Aphids
... the spring, the eggs hatch and become "stem mothers" - that is, they are all female. They also already have their young within their bodies. These stem mothers produce more females, between 60 & 100 per ... available. These are a systemic type weapon, that is they are absorbed into the sap stem of the plants, so anything that chews or sucks gets a dose of the poison ...
www.geocities.com/macaraorchids

The Ventura County Rose Society - More than You Ever Wanted to Know about Aphids
... -assuming your dormant oil spraying didn't get them. The first hatched females are called "stem mothers." They bear live young-and this is really diabolical-the young are all female and ...
venturarose.org

Living With Aphids
... the rose cane itself. As the weather warms, the eggs hatch, producing only females, called stem mothers. These lay asexual living young which continue to reproduce asexually on the winter host, resulting ...
wcgf.org

justgardeners.com
... many people remember running through a field of wild daisies or picking some for their mothers or teachers. Gardeners have long valued daisies of all types as excellent pass-along plants ... in southern and northern climates. Propagation Leucanthemum 'Becky' can be propagated by stem cuttings, tissue culture, or division with stem cuttings the normal method. Cuttings are taken from field grown stock ...
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ARS Rose Show Results
... Box Ken Bliznick and Tricia Weimer White Success, Double Delight Floribunda - One Bloom per Stem Ed Reyes Kanegem Floribunda Spray Jim and Carolyn Small Miss Ada Polyantha Spray Fred ... CLASS TITLE EXHIBITOR NAME VARIETIES The Millie Walters Trophy - Sleeping Beauty Steven House Figurine, Mothers Love, Dreamer, Pierrine, Millie Walters, Linville Judge's Challenge Trophy - In The Bag Gene ...
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