oviposition was accomplished as described for Evania appendigaster.
At the time of oviposition the nematode eggs are in the very earliest stages of cleavage.
Water content of cockroach eggs during embryogenesis in relation to oviposition behavior.
The females feed on material that oozes through the oviposition puncture (Roth and Willis, 1954b).
oviposition rapidly succeeds nest-building, and proceeds at the rate of one egg per day.
The nature of the oviposition stimulus(i) for the wasp parasites of cockroach eggs is unknown.
Wasp tended to choose a nearly horizontal position for oviposition.
When the business of oviposition commences, they take the eggs from the female, and deposit them in the nurseries.
One female was seen to feed on material that oozed from the oviposition puncture.
The female licks up the drop of fluid that oozes from the oviposition puncture.