Synonyms for egg_capsules or Related words with egg_capsules

egg_sacs              conceptacles              flask_shaped              newly_hatched_larvae              fertilized_eggs              fertilised_eggs              peridioles              microspores              oothecae              spicules              carapaces              apothecia              unfertilised_eggs              seed_capsules              basidiospores              achenes              ascomata              sporophylls              megaspores              fertile_fronds              pollen_grains              pinnules              sporangiophores              sporangia              conidiophores              antheridia              brood_pouch              pupae              archegonia              gametophytes              eggs              pistillate_flowers              pedicellariae              cotyledons              brood_pouches              chitinous              trichomes              fruiting_bodies              cocoons              hairlike              zooids              corallites              thick_walled              bivalved              proglottids              marsupium              spinnerets              spermatophores              sporangium              spathes             

Examples of "egg_capsules"
"B. adventitium" reproduces sexually and creates egg capsules, which hatch around 3 weeks post-deposition. The egg capsules have a tough exterior and generally contain multiple juveniles.
The small periwinkle breeds in late winter. Its pelagic egg capsules release planktonic larvae.
"Drupella cornus" lays benthic egg capsules, which hatch into free-swimming planktonic veliger larvae
The sexes are separate. Fertilized eggs are laid as egg capsules, which are attached to detritus.
The sexes are separate. Fertilized eggs are laid as egg capsules, which are attached to detritus.
Females lay floating, round egg capsules that are often found in beach drift. Young are free swimming.
"Conus mozambicus" feeds on polychaete worms. The egg capsules are vase-shaped and contain 19-23 eggs.
This miter lays egg capsules attached to rock surfaces. They are yellow or transparent, and about 8mm high. In laboratory conditions, females have been observed depositing over 90 egg capsules in 4 days, and 173 in 17 days. Each capsule contains hundreds of 0.2mm eggs. Veliger larvae hatch from the capsule after ~24 days, depending on temperature.
Oval-shaped egg capsules are deposited in clusters on hard substrates, including rock reef, discarded mollusk shells, and other Kellet's whelks, with egg laying speculated to be favored on substrate already containing Kellet's whelk egg capsules. Egg deposition may occur over several days at several locations, or all within one day. Egg capsules generally contain between 400 and 1200 eggs, with the height of the capsule, and number of eggs directly correlating to the size of the spawning female. Egg capsule height generally ranges between 0.2 and 0.4 inches (6 and 9 millimeters) and capsules may occasionally contain up to 2200 eggs.
Egg capsules are laid in a spirally wound collar of jelly embedded with sand grains. The remains of these may be found on the beach.
The species is oviparous. The egg capsules are large (between 106 mm and 134 mm) with a horn at each corner.
Female wentletraps lay egg capsules that are bound together with a supple string. The young emerge from these capsules as free-swimming larvae.
The "Nerita plicata" reproduces through copulation between male and female. After mating, females will deposit egg capsules which will eventually hatch into larvae.
The females spawn by passing eggs from their oviducts. These eggs are then coated in gelatinous substances from the nidamental glands and oviducal glands, forming an egg 'capsule'. The egg capsules of the bigfin reef squids contain two to nine eggs each. These are laid in single straight strands on rocks, corals, aquatic plants, submerged branches and other surfaces. At this point, the eggs are in diameter and the egg capsules about in length and in width, on average.
Veligers hatch from egg capsules or develop from an earlier, free-swimming trochophore larval stage. In those species where the veliger hatches from an egg capsule, it will pass through the trochophore stage while in the egg capsule.
In the Mesogastropoda, the execretory and the reproductive ducts are separated (in contrast with the most primitive prosobranchs). Many members produce egg capsules, containing one to more than 1,000 eggs.
The life cycle of "Lithoglyphus naticoides" takes one year. Reproduction of "Lithoglyphus naticoides" takes place mainly in July. The morphology of the egg capsules has been described by Berezkina (2010). The life span is 4–5 years.
The Taiwan lesser salamander is relatively short, but robust. Adults are about in snout–vent length. They breed in winter and early spring. Females lay egg capsules that both males and females appear to guard until they hatch.
("Gollum attenuatus"), form egg capsules which contain 30-80 ova within which only one ovum develops while all other ova are ingested and packed to an external yolk sac. The embryo then develops normally without ingesting further eggs.
The Pennsylvania wood cockroach has three developmental stages: egg, nymph, and adult. Eggs are laid in egg capsules, produced during the warm months and deposited behind the loose bark of dead trees, fallen logs, or stumps. Egg capsules are yellowish brown and characteristically curved on both sides like a half moon. Capsules are twice as long as wide, each containing up to 32 eggs. The egg stage lasts about 34 days at 80 °F, while the nymphal stage typically lasts 10 to 12 months but can last up to 2 years. The normal life span of the female adult is several months.