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Bluetongue virus, a ruminant virus spread by midges that was once confined to tropical areas, has reached as far as Norway.
Cleveland is notorious for midges, and not just at Progressive Field.
The bugs are believed to be midges, which is actually good news.
Double fly nymph rigs have been very effective (my current favorite is a red fox squirrel nymph (#14) with a ruby midge (#18) suspended below it.
Or how about midges, those annoying little swarming bugs now becoming plentiful near Lake Michigan?
Between the midges and the mayflies, every week there's a new infestation.
Fly casters should try stoneflies, San Juan worms, and midges.
Pests controlled: Yellow traps attract whiteflies, fruit flies, male winged scales, leafhoppers, fungus gnats, midges, male winged mealybugs and leafminers, thrips, psyllids, and winged aphids.
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Definition of midge for English Language Learners
: a very small flying insect that bites people and animals
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