The bluebottle is abundant in these Yosemite woods, ever ready with his marvelous store of eggs to make all dead flesh fly.
A bluebottle buzzed about the ceiling; a slant of sunlight crossed the floor.
Did you ever see an Irishman throw out a pint of his chalk mixture because he saw a bluebottle in the measure?
Five hundred a year,” he murmured, “to be henchman to a bluebottle!
The agent paused in his recital and gazed fixedly at a bluebottle crawling up the windowpane.
Let us continue to study the bluebottle, while varying our means of information.
Bronze fly, bluebottle, and droning bee are secured alike, for all serve as food to the loveable pied fly-catcher.
"Oh, I'm not afraid of a bluebottle," said Mrs. Frith haughtily.
The bluebottle fly or the goldfish became as easy as saying "Eureka!"
The larvae of the bluebottle hatch within two days in the warm weather.