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- n. Any member of the Simuliidae.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A member of the dipterous family Simuliidæ.
- Having the characters of or belonging to the family Simuliidæ.
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Exposed rocks in rivers and streams with turbulent flow create a habitat suited to the breeding of simuliid black flies as well: aerated conditions that are essential for the development of larvae and pupae.
Slide C. 19 Natural habitat suited to the breeding of simuliid black flies
C. 19 Natural habitat suited to the breeding of simuliid black flies
Natural or man-made cascades, such as weirs and spillways provide potential breeding sites for simuliid blackflies.