- n. Plural form of midge.
“Tackle for fishing midges is exponentially better than it was just 20 years ago.”
“These are tiny little bugs called midges and they feasted on --”
“(12 / 11 / 2006) Small insects known as midges are telling scientists that Earth is warming, according to research to be presented December 15 at the annual meeting of the American Geophysical Union in San Francisco.”
“Lesser horseshoe bats mainly eat small flying insects such as midges but they also take crane flies, moths and caddis flies.”
“Jan Knodel, NDSU Extension Service entomologist, will highlight management strategies for soybean aphid and sunflower head-infesting insects, such as midges and moths.”
“After the kids are in bed, I run along the lush coastline in the late summer light, thinking of thriller plot-lines, not missing the West Coast midges one bit.”
“Whether it's bedbugs, fleas, midges, bees, wasps, biting flies, kissing bugs conenoses or mosquitoes, if your infestation is serious enough, don't be silly -- call for not only medical help if besieged but also professional extermination or public health assistance.”
“Only the female midges bite, however, as they pierce the skin and suck the blood.”
“The black swarms of midges descend on unwary tourists daring to venture outside at dusk.”
“The signs are already ominous, because earlier this summer midge traps collected two to three times the numbers of midges that have been seen in the past two years.”
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