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- fossil records show that the act of aestivating may be several hundred million years old. biochemical concerns for an aestivating animal are
- the meaning of 'animal dormancy' as used in zoology , aestivation crumpled , the deformation feature , crumple zone file:aestivation.
- rhodosensis can be found on occasion aestivating (sheltering from the summer heat) in petaloudes , on rhodes , in a place that has become
- conditions for long periods of time (at least several years) by aestivating (lying dormant) in burrows sunk deep into muddy cr**** and swamp beds.
- the eggs are laid in the spring with adults emerging in late spring and early summer, but mainly aestivating until the fall before
- there are possibly two generations per year or one with adults aestivating. the larvae feed on a wide range of herbaceous and woody, low-
- have been described lysorophus were small salamander -like amphibians they lived in fresh water , aestivating in burrows during dry periods
- the ****ociation as of 2013 is that the thrinaxodon tolerated the broomistega or was unable to remove it, possibly because it was aestivating.
- coccinellid subfamilies, of migrating tens of kilometres to the highest point on a nearby ridge or peak, hibernating or aestivating in m****es
- from 1 to 5 cm while they aestivate during summer in the negev desert. doi 10.1007/bf00220329 , title water regulation in aestivating