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Help! (Dissecting 2nd Instar Larvae)

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Old 05-24-2006, 07:31 PM
Sandra Zimmerman
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Default Help! (Dissecting 2nd Instar Larvae)



Does anyone have any advice on dissecting 2nd instar larval wing discs?
I've done a lot of 3rd instar disc dissections, but I can't evene find
the wing discs in the 2nd instars. I just end up with a big mess. Any
advice will be appreciated.
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