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Gravidity and parity In biology, the term "gravid" ( "burdened, heavy") is used to describe the condition of an animal (most commonly fish or reptiles) when carrying eggs internally. For example, "Astatotilapia burtoni" females can transform between reproductive states, one of which is gravid, and the other non-gravid. In entomology it describes a mated female insect.
Taenia (genus) "T. saginata" is about 1,000–2,000 proglottids long with each gravid proglottid containing 100,000 eggs, while "T. solium" contains about 1,000 proglottids with each gravid proglottid containing 60,000 eggs.
Banded rock lizard Gravid females lay eggs from June through August. Clutch size varies from 2 to 6 eggs.
Souffle (heart sound) Mammary souffle is a maternal cardiac murmur heard over the gravid breasts.
Crotalus oreganus concolor Grows to a maximum length of . The smallest gravid female measured was .
Oreobates quixensis Breeding is by direct development. Gravid females contain 15–51 eggs.
Souffle (heart sound) Uterine and placental souffle, which are not often discussed in medical literature, occur over the gravid uterus and placenta.
Cipangopaludina cathayensis Each gravid female carries more than 60 embryos inside her. The shell of embryo has three whorls.
Chrysopelea ornata Breeding habits are little known. The snake is oviparous and six to twelve elongated eggs are laid. Gravid females have been obtained in May and June and hatchlings in June. In Bangkok, according to Smith, mating takes place in June. Hatchlings measure 114–152 mm (4 to 6 in) long, while the smallest gravid female recorded was 1,093 mm (3 ft 7 in) long.
Panther chameleon When gravid, or carrying eggs, females turn dark brown or black with orange striping to signify to males they have no intention of mating. The exact coloration and pattern of gravid females varies depending on the color phase of the chameleon. This provides a way to distinguish between locales.