Noun(1) the larva of the housefly and blowfly commonly found in decaying organic matter
(1) I did intend using maggot as one of the main baits but thought pre-baiting regularly with them might encourage too many of the water's small perch into the swim.(2) The Lonicera fly evolved as a hybrid of two existing U.S. species, the blueberry maggot and the snowberry maggot , according to the study.(3) This insect is the maggot of the eggs laid by sawflies or carpenter bees in the freshly-cut cane of the rose after pruning.(4) The changes that occur at metamorphosis can be rapid and dramatic, the classic examples being the metamorphosis of a caterpillar into an adult butterfly, a maggot into a fly, and a tadpole into a frog.(5) White root maggot may attack a portion of your crop.(6) Fruit flies, such as the apple maggot and the cherry fruit flies, are also common orchard pests.(7) I am certain that more bream were caught on carp type baits rather than traditional bream baits like worm, caster or maggot .(8) There's a strange maggot hath got into their brains, which possesseth them with a kind of vertigo, and it reigns in the pulpit more than anywhere else, for some of our preachmen are grown dog mad, there's a worm got into their tongues as well as their heads.(9) Try fishing on the drop with maggot for the roach or on the bottom with chopped worm for the skimmers.(10) The closest you can get to fishing with a natural bait for these timid tench is with the humble maggot and redworm.(11) "You know, Ruth," he said, "I don't wish to say anything against Isaac, and I don't want to make you uneasy, but you know as well as I do that he has a strange maggot in his brain.(12) These greenish larvae are typical fly maggots in appearance; legless, broadest at the tail end and tapering to a point at the head, with hook-like mouthparts.(13) Even if most people don't care to eat black radish, cabbage maggots sure love it and without a row cover a marketable crop can be almost impossible to achieve.(14) Because fruit and vegetable waste goes in the brown bin and sits there for up to two weeks, maggots and fruit flies end up in it.(15) Root maggots in the roots of cabbage may retard the growth of the plant or it may wilt and even die.(16) One University of North Texas graduate student is using black fly maggots to compost that garbage.
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Different Formsmaggot, maggots, maggoty
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