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Definition of Eristalis tenax

Eristalis tenax
Drone fly Drone" fly` (Zo["o]l.) A dipterous insect (Eristalis tenax), resembling the drone bee. See Eristalis.

Meaning of Eristalis tenax from wikipedia

- Eristalis tenax, the common drone fly, is a common, migratory, cosmopolitan species of hover fly. It is the most widely distributed syrphid species in...
- female Eristalis horticola male Eristalis nemorum female Eristalis intricaria male Eristalis picea male Eristalis pertinax female Eristalis tenax male Eristalis...
- commonly encountered rat-tailed maggot is the larva of the drone fly, Eristalis tenax. It lives in stagnant, oxygen-deprived water, with a high organic content...
- well-known hoverfly maggot is the rat-tailed maggot, of the drone fly, Eristalis tenax. It has a breathing siphon at its rear end, giving it its name. The...
- Eristalis pertinax is a European hoverfly. Like Eristalis tenax, the larva of E. pertinax is a rat-tailed maggot and lives in drainage ditches, pools...
- has a great number of the most common and familiar flies. One of these familiar flies is Eristalis tenax, or otherwise known as the drone fly. v t e...
- A well-known species included in this subfamily is the dronefly, Eristalis tenax. Species in this subfamily are often miscl****ified as bees instead...
- May to September. It is of a similar size to the common drone fly (Eristalis tenax), but Myathropa are generally more yellow, with two light bands to...
- Several species are well-known honeybee mimics, such as the drone fly Eristalis tenax, while other genera such as Helophilus and Parhelophilus exhibit wasp-like...
- are:[citation needed] Musca domestica (housefly) Fannia spp. (latrine flies) Eristalis tenax (rat-tailed maggots) Muscina spp. The adult flies are not parasitic...
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