Origin of hypoderma
Examples from the Web for hypoderma
Historical Examples of hypoderma
They appear to correspond with the Hypoderma Loiseti of Joly.
Hypoderma diana infests deer, and has been known to occur in man.
One or more species of Hypoderma have likewise been removed from the gazelle and other antelopes.
One of these defects is warble holes or marks, caused by the Ox Warble fly (Hypoderma bovis).Animal Proteins
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For both species of Hypoderma there are numerous cases on record of their occurrence in man.
- A genus of botflies whose larvae cause a creeping eruption in humans.