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from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. In entomology, the typical genus of Phoridæ, containing many small active flies whose habits are those of scavengers or, rarely, of parasites. They feed usually on fungi and decaying vegetation. Also called Noda.

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Examples

  • I have mentioned my love of potatoes so when I saw a recipe that involved potatoes and panch phora I just had to make it.

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  • 'Eti d' he phora ton morion kai holes autes e kata phusin epi to meson tou pantos estin, dia touto gar kai tunchanei keimene nun epi tou kentrou.

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  • To men oun gignesthai ten alean kai ten thermoteta hikane esti paraskeuazein kai he tou heliou phora monon.

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  • To men oun gignesthai ten alean kai ten thermoteta hikane esti paraskeuazein kai he tou heliou phora monon: [1947] 1

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  • *, 'Eti d' he phora ton morion kai holes autes e kata phusin epi to meson tou pantos estin, dia touto gar kai tunchanei keimene nun epi tou kentrou: [1939] 1

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  • In fat corpses one species of maggot is found, the rhizophagus, while thin corpses are patronized only by the phora.

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