|Publication Type:||Journal Article|
|Year of Publication:||1996|
|Keywords:||Clonopsis gallica, diapause, egg development, Phasmatodea, Phasmida|
An experiment with Clonopsis gallica (Charpentier) shows the differences in egg development and hatch rate between eggs having undergone a cold period and eggs being kept at a constant room temperature. The onset of hatching is delayed by a cold period during incubation but the total number hatching is unaffected.
The influence of a cold period in the development of the embryo of Clonopsis gallica (Charpentier)