Muscidae

Muscidae are a family of flies found in the superfamily Muscoidea. The apical segment of the antennae of Muscidae is plumose, and the basal portion is smooth. Muscidae, some of which are commonly known as house flies or stable flies due to their synanthropy, are worldwide in distribution and contain almost 4,000 described species in over 100 gener...
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Muscidae

family Muscidae noun two-winged flies especially the housefly
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muscidae

A family of the order diptera with over 700 species. The genera are musca domesticus (houseflies), musca autumnalis (face fly), stomoxys (stable fly), haematobia (horn fly), glossina spp. (tsetse flies), and fannia. Both sexes of the stable fly, horn fly and tsetse fly bite. ... (12 Dec 1998) ...
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Muscidae

Muscidae is a family of two-winged flies which includes the common house-fly.
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Muscidae

Type: Term Pronunciation: mŭs′i-dē Definitions: 1. The family of flies (order Diptera) that includes the houseflies (Musca) and stable flies (Stomoxys).
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Muscidae

[n] - two-winged flies especially the housefly
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