Definition of Syrphids

1. Noun. (plural of syrphid) ¹



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Definition of Syrphids

1. syrphid [n] - See also: syrphid

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Syrphids

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

Literary usage of Syrphids

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Annual Report by Entomological Society of Ontario, Ontario. Dept. of Agriculture (1899)
"Just at this juncture, when there seemed no other expedient but to leave the control of the lice to the syrphids', Dr. Howard, of Washington, ..."

2. Journal of the New York Entomological Society by New York Entomological Society (1913)
"Notwithstanding the distractions of the scenery, glaciers, snow- clad mountains, lakes and waterfalls, 1000 syrphids and 1500-2000 insects of other orders ..."

3. Class Book of Economic Entomology: With Special Reference to the Economic by William Lochhead (1919)
"... OR FLOWER FLIES) The syrphids or Flower Flies are most valuable enemies of many injurious forms of insects. They are usually bright colored and they ..."

4. Ten New England Blossoms and Their Insect Visitors by Clarence Moores Weed (1895)
"The flies are nearly all after pollen rather than honey, belonging usually to the large and brilliant family of syrphids. These flies have varied ..."

5. Sessional Papers by Ontario Legislative Assembly (1900)
"Just at this juncture, when there seemed no other expedient but to leave the control of the lice to the syrphids, Dr. Howard, of Washington, ..."

6. Bulletin by Ohio Biological Survey (1913)
"The syrphids, if they do not exterminate the aphid colony, often check them sufficiently to allow the host- plaut to continue growth to maturity. ..."

7. Management Guide for Low-Input Sustainable Apple Production by Lorraine P. Berkett (1994)
"syrphids, or hover flies, are the most common. Adults are nectar and pollen feeders, and mimic bees in appearance. They are metallic blue, green, ..."

8. The American Naturalist by American Society of Naturalists, Essex Institute (1900)
"The bees enter and leave the flowers on the run, visiting very many in a remarkably short time; the syrphids loiter about the entrance, turning this way and ..."

9. Annual Report by Entomological Society of Ontario, Ontario. Dept. of Agriculture (1899)
"Just at this juncture, when there seemed no other expedient but to leave the control of the lice to the syrphids', Dr. Howard, of Washington, ..."

10. Journal of the New York Entomological Society by New York Entomological Society (1913)
"Notwithstanding the distractions of the scenery, glaciers, snow- clad mountains, lakes and waterfalls, 1000 syrphids and 1500-2000 insects of other orders ..."

11. Class Book of Economic Entomology: With Special Reference to the Economic by William Lochhead (1919)
"... OR FLOWER FLIES) The syrphids or Flower Flies are most valuable enemies of many injurious forms of insects. They are usually bright colored and they ..."

12. Ten New England Blossoms and Their Insect Visitors by Clarence Moores Weed (1895)
"The flies are nearly all after pollen rather than honey, belonging usually to the large and brilliant family of syrphids. These flies have varied ..."

13. Sessional Papers by Ontario Legislative Assembly (1900)
"Just at this juncture, when there seemed no other expedient but to leave the control of the lice to the syrphids, Dr. Howard, of Washington, ..."

14. Bulletin by Ohio Biological Survey (1913)
"The syrphids, if they do not exterminate the aphid colony, often check them sufficiently to allow the host- plaut to continue growth to maturity. ..."

15. Management Guide for Low-Input Sustainable Apple Production by Lorraine P. Berkett (1994)
"syrphids, or hover flies, are the most common. Adults are nectar and pollen feeders, and mimic bees in appearance. They are metallic blue, green, ..."

16. The American Naturalist by American Society of Naturalists, Essex Institute (1900)
"The bees enter and leave the flowers on the run, visiting very many in a remarkably short time; the syrphids loiter about the entrance, turning this way and ..."

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