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- that the act of aestivating may be several hundred million years old. the primary physiological and biochemical concerns for an aestivating animal are to
- dry conditions for long periods of time (at least several years) by aestivating (lying dormant) in burrows sunk deep into muddy cr**** and swamp beds
- lysorophus were small salamander-like amphibians. they lived in fresh water, aestivating in burrows during dry periods. the paleobiology database http://paleodb
- groups of adults of subspecies e. q. rhodosensis can be found on occasion aestivating (sheltering from the summer heat) in petaloudes, on rhodes, in a place
- the broomistega or was unable to remove it, possibly because it was aestivating. as is the case with many modern amphibians, the broomistega probably
- september. there are possibly two generations per year or one with adults aestivating. the larvae feed on a wide range of herbaceous and woody, low-growing
- sprout from the flower stems; the latter are known as pedicels. after aestivating in spring, the plant sends up its true leaves, each up to 40 cm (16 in)
- rainwater in road ruts. during dry periods, it can likely live in wet mud by aestivating. its diet is mainly invertebrates such as insects, crustaceans, and molluscs