Stem-mother: in plant lice; that form hatching from the winter egg, which starts a series of agamic summer generations.
Finally, they may become infested with cystic tapeworms or the agamic stage of a strongyle (Strongylus edentatus).
These summer forms are known as the stem mothers or agamic females.
Budding: applied to that form of agamic reproduction found in plant lice.
Pseudovary: the organ or mass of germ cells of an agamic insect.
agamic a·gam·ic (ā-gām'ĭk) or ag·a·mous (āg'ə-məs)
Occurring or reproducing without the union of male and female cells; asexual or parthenogenetic.