Musca autumnalis

the face fly, a species commonly found in Europe, the Americas, and parts of Asia and Africa, often crawling on the faces of large mammals such as cattle and horses.

Medical dictionary. 2011.

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  • Musca autumnalis — Scientific classification Kingdom: Animalia Phylum …   Wikipedia

  • Musca (género) — Saltar a navegación, búsqueda Este artículo se refere al género de moscas; para la constelación de Musca, ver: Musca. ? Musca …   Wikipedia Español

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  • Musca (genus) — This page refers to the genus of flies; for the Musca constellation, see Musca. Musca Musca domestica Housefly Scientific classification …   Wikipedia

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  • Мухи — Запрос «муха» перенаправляется сюда; см. также другие значения. ? Мухи …   Википедия

  • autumn — 1. noun /ˈɔː.təm,ˈɑ.təm/ Traditionally the third of the four seasons, when deciduous trees lose their leaves; typically regarded as being from September 21 to December 20 in parts of the Northern Hemisphere, and the months of March, April and May …   Wiktionary

  • face fly — n a European fly of the genus Musca (M. autumnalis) that is similar to the housefly, is widely established in No. America, and causes distress in livestock by clustering about the face * * * Musca autumnalis …   Medical dictionary

  • НЕО-СТОМАЗАН — Neo stomasanum. Концентрат нео стомазана содержит синтетические пиретроиды (трансмикс 0,5 г; тетраметрин 0,5 г; пиперонил бутоксид 10,0 г), а также вспомогательные вещества (до 100 мл), усиливающие эффективность и продолжительность действия преп …   Отечественные ветеринарные препараты

  • face fly — noun Date: 1961 a European dipteran fly (Musca autumnalis) that is similar to the housefly, is widely established in North America, and causes distress to livestock by clustering about the face …   New Collegiate Dictionary

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