Front region of Maggot of blow-fly (Calliphora) showing diagrammatically the imaginal discs, which are shaded.
And then reflect upon the motor-scorcher and the earthworm and the blow-fly.
The flies that troubled me most were a large kind of blue-bottle or blow-fly.
One wonders what he would have made of a blow-fly buzzing on the pane.
But there was no answer; only the cobwebs moved there, though I thought I heard a faint buzzing, which might have been a blow-fly.
I'm a worm, a maggot, brother to the pollywog an' child of the blow-fly.
It has already been seen how the “instinct” of the blow-fly to lay its egg on meat is interpretable as a chemotropic response.
A blow-fly buzzed, a fan of whity steam came out of the kettle, and the lid kept up a rattling jig as the water bubbled.
But over all the blue-bottles' old-fashioned systems the Maori blow-fly soars supreme.
Six P.M., a little extract smeared on the head of a blow-fly.