Definition of Bombyliidae. Meaning of Bombyliidae. Synonyms of Bombyliidae

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Definition of Bombyliidae

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Meaning of Bombyliidae from wikipedia

- The Bombyliidae are a family of flies. Their common name are bee flies or humbleflies. Adults generally feed on nectar and pollen, some being important...
- nests to parasitically feed on the grubs. B. major is part of the family Bombyliidae, with a reported 6000 species worldwide. The subfamily Bombyliinae contains...
- List of Diptera of Ireland Superfamilies Xylophagoidea, Tabanoidea, Stratiomyoidea, Nemestrinoidea, Asiloidea Part of List of Diptera of Ireland Xylophagus...
- The following is a list of the larger Brachycera recorded in Britain, this includes the soldierflies and their allies. Xylophagus ater - common awl-fly...
- Males of fly species such as Cuterebra, many hover flies, bee flies (Bombyliidae) and fruit flies (Tephritidae) maintain territories within which they...
- Bombylius is a large genus of flies belonging to the family Bombyliidae. They are known as the bee-flies, due to their striking resemblance to bees and...
- 1922 novel by Joseph Hergesheimer Cytherea (fly), a genus of bee flies (Bombyliidae) Cytherea chione, or Callista chione, the smooth clam Cytherea multistriata...
- Systoechus candidulus is a species of bee fly in the family Bombyliidae. "Systoechus candidulus Report". Integrated Taxonomic Information System. Retrieved...
- Flowers attract varied pollinators including bumblebees, carpenter bees, Bombyliidae, and hummingbirds. However most of these species are ineffective pollinators...
- (flower-loving flies) Apsilocephalidae Apystomyiidae Asilidae (robber flies) Bombyliidae (bee flies) Evocoidae Hilarimorphidae (hilarimorphid flies) Mydidae (mydas...
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