housefly


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Synonyms for housefly

common fly that frequents human habitations and spreads many diseases

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Bacteria and fungi isolated from housefly (Musca domestica L.
Environmental differences among geographically distant housefly populations may also cause genetic differentiation, such as selection, and mutation [1].
The modern-day football manager is like an adult housefly.
And then, in a wild spin, the hero is reborn as a housefly.
Strawberries dipped in chocolate with housefly larvae sprinkles.
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Mexico with its funeral horse, its housefly and cactus, its lottery
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The cut-and-paste claim centered on three passages, on a French hunting activist, the town of Beauvais and the housefly, that were apparently lifted from Wikipedia, the user-generated online encyclopedia.
This group includes the common housefly, sewage fly, phorid fly and face fly, which is a common problem for livestock.
The agent of disease is produced by tiny flies that are much smaller than the common housefly.
From the cat-flea and flour-mite to the bluebottle maggot and housefly, they are all doing fine, fang you.