blowfly

[n] - large usually hairy metallic blue or green fly
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Blowfly

• (n.) Any species of fly of the genus Musca that deposits its eggs or young larvae (called flyblows and maggots) upon meat or other animal products.
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blowfly

blow fly noun large usually hairy metallic blue or green fly; lays eggs in carrion or dung or wounds
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Blowfly

Blow'fly` noun (Zoology) Any species of fly of the genus Musca that deposits its eggs or young larvæ (called flyblows and maggots ) upon meat or other animal products.
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blowfly

Any fly of the genus Calliphora, also known as bluebottle, or of the related genus Lucilia, when it is greenbottle. It lays its eggs in dead flesh, on which the maggots feed
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blowfly

blowfly, name for flies of the family Calliphoridae. Blowflies are about the same size as, and resemble, the housefly; because they are usually metallic blue or green they are also called bluebottle or greenbottle flies. The eggs are laid on the material that serves as food for the larvae, e.g., dec...
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Blowfly

Protocalliphora sp., an insect that parasitizes birds. The larvae suck blood from nestlings.
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blowfly

Type: Term Pronunciation: blō′flī See: Calliphora, Lucilia, Phormia regina
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