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Other species are primitively eusocial and form plant galls and still others are predatory on mites and other thrips. Thrips possess distinctive asymmetrical mouthparts with one mandible longer than the other. Thrips may also lay their eggs on fruits and crops, resulting in small discolorations surrounded by white haloes.
Write what you mean clearly and correctly. Technically, they have gradual metamorphosis but it has aspects similar to complete metamorphosis. The trailing edge vortices however cancel each other out with opposing flows.
Thrips do invade homes, possibly brought in on potted plants, and some species have been known to bite humans. The sightings of thrips are an indication. Thrips have a metamorphosis unlike most other insects. In Casuarina in the same country, some species have invaded stems, creating long-lasting woody galls.
Because their feeding habits destroy a number of commercial crops, thrips are considered especially problematic in agricultural communities. They prefer tender parts of the plant, such as buds, flowers and new leaves. Thrips have non-wetting bodies and have the ability to ascend a meniscus by arching their bodies and working their way head-first and upwards along the water surface in order to escape.
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