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Definition of Blowfly

Blowfly
Blowfly Blow"fly`, n. (Zo["o]l.) Any species of fly of the genus Musca that deposits its eggs or young larv[ae] (called flyblows and maggots) upon meat or other animal products.

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- Look up blowfly in Wiktionary, the free dictionary. Blowfly or blow fly may refer to: Calliphoridae, a family of flies Blowfly (musician) (1939–2016),...
- also known by the stage name and alternate persona Blowfly. He released over 25 parody albums as Blowfly and another three albums as Clarence Reid. Reid...
- fur, some species (including the most common myiatic flies—the botfly, blowfly, and ****fly) can create an infestation even on unbroken skin and have...
- World of Blow Fly is the debut album by Clarence Reid as his alter ego Blowfly. It was released in 1973 on the Weird World Records label, a subsidiary...
- Blowfly's Party is the 1980 album by Clarence Reid as his alter ego Blowfly. It was released on the Weird World Records label, a subsidiary of T.K. Records...
- lesser brown blowfly or bluebodied blowfly, is a species of blow-fly that is native to Australia. It is similar to the eastern goldenhaired blowfly (common...
- the larvae of Brachycera flies, such as houseflies, cheese flies, and blowflies, rather than larvae of the Nematocera, such as mosquitoes and crane flies...
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- Lucilia cuprina, formerly named Phaenicia cuprina, the Australian sheep blowfly is a blow fly in the family Calliphoridae. It causes the condition known...
- accorded family status (e.g., Bengaliidae and Helicoboscidae). The name blowfly comes from an older English term for meat that had eggs laid on it, which...