Definition of pupiparous in English:

pupiparous

adjective

Biology
  • (of certain flies, e.g., the tsetse) producing young that are already ready to pupate.

    • ‘It is a pupiparous fly, giving birth to a single larva which quickly turns into a pupa.’
    • ‘Muir first described the life cycle of these pupiparous flies in his description of. A. speiserianum from Amboina, Indonesia.’

Origin

Early 19th century: from modern Latin pupipara (neuter plural of pupiparus bringing forth young) + -ous.

Pronunciation:

pupiparous

/pyo͞oˈpipərəs/