Early embryonic development and external features of developing embryos of the caddisfly, Nemotaulius admorsus (trichoptera: Limnephilidae)

@article{Kobayashi1990EarlyED,
  title={Early embryonic development and external features of developing embryos of the caddisfly, Nemotaulius admorsus (trichoptera: Limnephilidae)},
  author={Yukimasa Kobayashi and Hiroshi Ando},
  journal={Journal of Morphology},
  year={1990},
  volume={203}
}
Formative processes of the blastoderm, germ disk, embryonic membranes, and germ band in the trichopteran Nemotaulius admorsus are described. Successive external changes of developing embryos are also described, chiefly on the basis of SEM data. 
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