Medical Definition of Auchmeromyia luteola

1. The Congo floor maggot; the bloodsucking larva of this botfly species is found in Africa south of the Sahara, usually in or near human habitations; the resistant larvae or maggots crawl to sleeping humans and suck blood for 15 to 20 minutes, detach, and hide, repeating these nightly attacks during their developmental period; no disease transmission is known from this insect. (05 Mar 2000)



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Auchmeromyia Luteola

Atwood
Atwoodian
Atzera
Au
Au.D.
Au antigen
Aub-DuBois table
Aube
Auberon
Aubert's phenomenon
Aubrey
Auburn system
Auch
Auchincloss
Auchmeromyia
Auchmeromyia luteola
Auckland
Aucklander
Aucklanders
Aucuba
Auden
Audenesque
Audenshaw
Audie
Audrey
Audubon
Audubon's caracara
Audubon's warbler
Audubon warbler
Auenbrugger

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