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- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of oviposit.
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The reason of this is that their nature, because of its imperfection, oviposits as it were before the right time, as if the scolex, while still growing in size, were a soft egg.
She thus oviposits several times in a twig, and passes from one to another, until she has laid four or five hundred eggs.
Polynema, another egg-parasite, which lays its eggs (one, seldom two) in the eggs of a small dragon fly, Agrion virgo, which oviposits in the parenchyma of the leaves of waterlilies.
It also oviposits in the terminal shoots of pine saplings, dwarfing and permanently deforming the tree.
An egg batch can have more than 100 eggs so a couple may copulate more than 30 times before female oviposits all the egg batch "