Myodaria

plural noun My·o·dar·ia \ˌmīəˈda(a)rēə\

Definition of Myodaria

  1. :  a very large section of the suborder Brachycera that comprises typical two-winged flies having 3-jointed antennae with an arista on the third segment, a distinctly segmented abdomen, leg bases near together on each segment, and modified wing venation

myodarian

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Origin and Etymology of myodaria

New Latin, irregular from Greek myia fly + -ōdēs -ode + New Latin -aria — more at midge


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