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Anatomy Term : FBbt:00002953 pupa Fly Anatomy

Namespace  fly_anatomy.ontology Obsolete  false
description  The pupa is the name given to the organism at the period of the life cycle that begins once larval/pupal apolysis is complete, as indicated by the expulsion of the larval armature. Early in this stage the legs and wings reach full extension along the abdomen. The stage ends when the pupal cuticle separates from the underlying epidermis (pupal/adult apolysis), and the eye cup becomes yellow at its periphery. The duration of this stage is approximately 32 hours at 25 degrees C, and spans from 132.2-164.3 hours after egg laying, or is the period of 12.2-44.3 hours after puparium formation.