Example Of imago

After a third larval stage they pupate in the nest material and emerge as imagos after the fledglings have left the nest.

Almost instantly the larvae mutate into full grown imagos and you have yourself an Entopod battalion.

Back here, I briefly mentioned the idea of the imago .

He stands apart from the new flight of British composers, ‘who seem very sure of themselves, like an imago , a butterfly that enters the world fully formed.’

Lacan's elaboration of the Jungian concept of the imago seems instructive here.

The 7-rayed imago is approximately 1.5 mm diameter.

The imago can become multiradiate at the time of metamorphosis, or it can be 5-rayed at metamorphosis and add the supernumerary rays during post larval growth stages.

The ego's defence is to split off the aggression and to project it onto parental imagos who in turn threaten to destroy the child.

They constitute a single set of systematic transfigurations of the Yagwoia transpersonal, archetypal imagos of their Self and its energies.

To be sure, in both Freudian and Lacanian accounts this scenario establishes the ‘first’ sexual relations: those attached to the imago of the mother and to the autoeroticism associated with narcissism.