Opposite of teneral?

Max BILLAH mbillah at ICIPE.ORG
Mon Jun 6 10:49:30 CDT 2005


Dear All,
I think I agree with Tony on the fact that the opposite of teneral should be
mature, which he has clearly explained that " in most cases this might not
be stated. There is an implication that an adult nsect that is not described
as teneral would be mature".

Maxwell.




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