The early, immature form of any animal when more or less of a metamorphosis takes place, before the assumption of the mature shape.
More related articles
A larva (plural: larvae /ˈlɑːrviː/) is a distinct juvenile form many animals undergo before metamorphosis into adults. Animals with indirect development such as insects, amphibians, or cnidarians typically have a larval phase of their life cycle.
Larva currens (Latin for racing larva) is an itchy, cutaneous condition caused by infections with Strongyloides stercoralis.  It is caused by the intradermal migration of strongyloides and distinguished from cutaneous larva migrans (caused by hookworm ) by its rapid migration, perianal involvement and wide band of urticaria.
A Larva to Love
A Larva to Love (恋する幼虫, Koi-suru Yōchū) is a 2003 Japanese film directed by Noboru Iguchi.
Larva migrans can refer to:
Ocular larva migrans
Ocular larva migrans (OLM), also known as ocular toxocariasis, is the ocular form of the larva migrans syndrome that occurs when Toxocara canis (dog roundworm) larvae invade the eye. They may be associated with visceral larva migrans. Unilateral visual disturbances, strabismus, and eye pain are the most common presenting symptoms.
Larva Mortus is a video game developed by independent video game developer Rake In Grass in 2008. It is a top-down shooter similar to Crimsonland. The source code of the Torque 2D based game was made available by the developer under non-commercial usage terms in 2009.
Larva is a municipality in the province of Jaén, Spain.
Trilobite larva may refer to juvenile forms (larvae) of multiple unrelated groups of animals:
Müller's larva or Mulleria is a larva of some Polycladida. It has 8-fold symmetry and is somewhat like a ctenophore. Müller’s larva is ciliated and has several paired and unpaired lobes. The cilia on the lobes are longer than cilia on the rest of the body. At the anterior and posterior ends of the larva are tufts of longer cilia (apical and caudal). The apical tuft originates from the apical organ, a sensory structure associated with the central nervous system.
Agyneta larva is a species of sheet weaver found in Angola. It was described by Locket in 1968.