Definition of Syrphians

1. Noun. (plural of syrphian) ¹



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Definition of Syrphians

1. syrphian [n] - See also: syrphian

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Syrphians

syringing
syringocoele
syringocoeles
syringomyelia
syringomyelias
syringomyelic
syringotome
syringotomes
syringotomies
syringotomy
syrinx
syrinxes
syrma
syrmas
syrphian
syrphians (current term)
syrphid
syrphids
syrphus
syrphus flies
syrphus fly
syrphuses
syrt
syrtes
syrtic
syrtis
syrts
syrup
syrup of figs
syrup of ipecac

Literary usage of Syrphians

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1. A Treatise on Some of the Insects of New England which are Injurious to by Thaddeus William Harris (1852)
"The syrphians (SYRPHID^) have a fleshy, large-lipped proboscis, elbowed near the base, and enclosing only four slender bristles. ..."

2. A Treatise on Some of the Insects Injurious to Vegetation by Thaddeus William Harris (1862)
"The maggots of the latter live in rich mould. The syrphians (SYRPHID^E) have a fleshy, large-lipped proboscis, elbowed near the base, and enclosing only ..."

3. A Treatise on some of the insects injurious to vegetation by Thaddeus William Harris (1880)
"They somewhat resemble the syrphians in form and color, and in the large size of their heads ; but the eyes are proportionally small, and there is a large ..."

4. A Report on the Insects of Massachusetts, Injurious to Vegetation by Thaddeus William Harris (1841)
"The syrphians (SYRPHID^:) have a fleshy, large-lipped proboscis, elbowed near the base, and enclosing only four slender bristles. ..."

5. A Treatise on Some of the Insects of New England which are Injurious to by Thaddeus William Harris (1852)
"The syrphians (SYRPHID^) have a fleshy, large-lipped proboscis, elbowed near the base, and enclosing only four slender bristles. ..."

6. A Treatise on Some of the Insects Injurious to Vegetation by Thaddeus William Harris (1862)
"The maggots of the latter live in rich mould. The syrphians (SYRPHID^E) have a fleshy, large-lipped proboscis, elbowed near the base, and enclosing only ..."

7. A Treatise on some of the insects injurious to vegetation by Thaddeus William Harris (1880)
"They somewhat resemble the syrphians in form and color, and in the large size of their heads ; but the eyes are proportionally small, and there is a large ..."

8. A Report on the Insects of Massachusetts, Injurious to Vegetation by Thaddeus William Harris (1841)
"The syrphians (SYRPHID^:) have a fleshy, large-lipped proboscis, elbowed near the base, and enclosing only four slender bristles. ..."

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