Stout-bodied hairy dipterous fly whose larvae are parasites on humans and other mammals.
Any fly of the family Estridae. The larvae are parasites that feed on the skin (warblefly of cattle) or in the nasal cavity (nostrilflies of sheep and deer). The horse botfly belongs to another family, the Gasterophilidae. It has a parasitic larva that feeds in the horse's stomach.
warble fly / ˈwɔːrbl̩ ˈflaɪ /
Hairy bee-like fly whose larvae produce lumpy abscesses (warbles) under the skin of cattle.
Any of various dipteran flies (family Oestridae) whose larvae live under the skin of various mammals and cause warbles.
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