Zoology Stress Response Biology ZSR005
Lehmannia valentiana was introduced to Japan in the 1950s and spread throughout Japan. They lay eggs during late fall through to the next spring in Osaka, western Japan. The body size of an adult is about 5–8 cm. They live for about 1 year.
|Prefecture||Osaka||Use of Microscope||Don't Use|
|Region||Osaka City University||Use of Automatic Shooting Devices||Don't Use|
|Shooting Date||2010/3/30||Use of Fluorescent Probe||Don't Use|
|Shooting Time||17:36||Use of Infrared||Don't Use|
|Photographer||Hiroko UDAKA||Shooting Interval (Sec.)||使用しない|
|Copyright Holder||Hiroko UDAKA||Shooting Speed||---|