Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Larva"

Synonyms of "Larva" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between larva and larvae ?
A: Larvae is plural
Q: What is the difference between larva and caterpillar ?
A: A caterpillar is one specific kind of bug/insect, and larva is the word for some kinds of young insects, like flies.
Q: What is the difference between larva and caterpillar ?
A: Larva is a biological term. Caterpillar is a type of larva that results in a butterfly.

Translations of "Larva"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? larva en inglés
A: And plural is larvae or larvas

Other questions about "Larva"

Q: I was almost about to eat the larva put on the broccoli. does this sound natural?
A: @desafinado: I almost ate the larva that was on the broccoli.

If you say "larva put on the broccoli," then that means someone added the larva to the broccoli. I think that's not the situation here.
Q: larva or catterpilar will hatch from its egg around six day later. larva is very greedy and quickly to start gnaw each leaves. for this stage, the growth of catterpilars are very fast, so it will change his skin for adjust his body to become more big. then larva will put out some hormone. it means for the larva to continue his life to another stage does this sound natural?
A: "The larva, (or caterpillar) will hatch from its egg around six days later. The larva is very greedy and will quickly start to gnaw on each leaf. In this stage, the growth of the caterpillar is very fast, so it will change its skin to accommodate (to provide space to be use) the larger size, and put out hormones. This helps the larva to continue its life to the next stage.

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