Carnus

In Greek mythology, Carnus (also spelled Carneus and Carneius) was a seer from Acarnania. According to the poet Praxilla, he was a son of Zeus and Europe. He was reared by Leto and Apollo, and is also known to have been a lover of Apollo. Carnus accompanied the Heracleidae, and was killed by Hippotes with a spear for giving obscure prophecies. Apo...
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Carnus

[fly] Carnus is a genus of flies (Diptera) with 5 described species, all of which are parasites of birds. The adult flies locate a suitable host nest, then shed their wings and feed on the blood of the developing nestlings. Mature female flies lay their eggs in the nest, where their larvae develop on organic detritus. In 2014, C. orientalis...
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