Maggot

Diptera (fly) larva.

Maggot

A maggot is the larva of a fly (order Diptera); it is applied in particular to the larvae of Brachyceran flies, such as houseflies, cheese flies, and blowflies, rather than larvae of the Nematocera, such as mosquitoes and Crane flies. ==Entomology== `Maggot` is not a technical term and should not be taken as such; in many standard textbooks of e.....
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maggot

(from the article `dipteran`) ...beneficial, too, functioning as scavengers, predators, or parasites of certain insect pests, as pollinators of plants, and as destroyers of weeds ... In contrast to highly specialized larvae, about half the fly species have larvae known as maggots. The maggot has lost the complicated head capsule ... ...
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maggot

(magĀ“әt) the soft-bodied larva of an insect, especially one living in decaying flesh.
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maggot

[n] - the larva of the housefly and blowfly commonly found in decaying organic matter
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Maggot

• (n.) The footless larva of any fly. See Larval. • (n.) A whim; an odd fancy.
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maggot

noun the larva of the housefly and blowfly commonly found in decaying organic matter
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Maggot

[Naval Acronyms and Slang] Sleeping Bag
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Maggot

Mag'got noun [ W. macai , plural maceiod , magiod , a worn or grub; confer magu to bread.] 1. (Zoology) The footless larva of any fly. See Larval . 2. A whim; an odd fancy. Hudibras. Tennyson.
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Maggot

A vermiform larva; a larva without legs and without well-developed head capsule.
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maggot

in most Diptera (flies), legless larva lacking a distinct head, with cephalic (head) end pointed and caudal (rear) end blunt.
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Maggot

Maggot is slang for a despicable, dirty, insignificant person.
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Maggot

Maggot: A soft-bodied wormlike larva of a fly that lays its eggs in living or especially in decaying tissues. The living or rotting material furnishes heat for the hatching of the eggs and food for the newly hatched maggots. Certain blowfly maggots -- notably, those of the blackbottle fly (Phormia regina) and the greenbottle fly (Phaenicia sericata...
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maggot

maggot: see blowfly; fly; larva.
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maggot

Soft, plump, limbless larva of flies, a typical example being the larva of the blowfly which is deposited as an egg on flesh
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Maggot

The immature form (larva) of a fly or wasp, lacking legs and a well-developed head.
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Maggot

The larva of a fly.
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maggot

Type: Term Pronunciation: mag′ŏt Definitions: 1. A fly larva or grub.
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