Does not some Yankee say that the American viviparous aphides are winged?
Both the viviparous grass and the polygonum are found in England.
Another question naturally suggests itself: Were they viviparous, or did they lay eggs like crocodiles?
Nearly all insects lay eggs, though some few are viviparous.
Naultinus elegans of New Zealand is said to be viviparous; the others lay but one rather large egg at a time.
I gathered a viviparous avenaceous grass (what this was cannot be ascertained).
Yet all viviparous animals are not hairy; for some fishes, he remarks, likewise bring forth their young alive.
The young of other viviparous tribes are often borne along entangled in sea-weed.
This fly attacks the host from June to September, depositing its viviparous larvae in the nostrils.
The female scorpion is viviparous, and the young are produced in a highly developed condition as fully formed scorpions.
viviparous vi·vip·a·rous (vī-vĭp'ər-əs, vĭ-)
Giving birth to living offspring that develop within the mother's body as for most mammals.
Giving birth to living young that develop within the mother's body rather than hatching from eggs. All mammals except the monotremes are viviparous. Compare oviparous, ovoviviparous.