nonbiting

nonbiting

(ˌnɒnˈbaɪtɪŋ)
adj
not biting
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Rare infection from nonbiting flies in Washington State: When a patient was diagnosed with a rare bloodstream infection, investigating EIS officers found for the first time Wohlfahrtiimonas species of bacteria in insects in the Americas and a new vector, the green bottle fly.
Even nonbiting insects such as mayflies could be involved, perhaps being accidentally ingested by susceptible herbivores feeding during periodic hatches.
The role of nonbiting flies in the epidemiology of human infectious diseases.
Nonbiting flies that shuttle between filth and food spread bacteria that cause diarrhea, the most common reason for absence from duty in the U.
These include nonbiting ants and flies, most beetles, cockroaches, centipedes and moths and common household spiders.
No tabanid species (biting) flies were seen on any carcass, and the small number of carcasses and relatively large distances between some properties made mechanical transmission with ocular inoculation by nonbiting flies unlikely (4).
Two major pest species that bother horses are the stable fly and the housefly, a nonbiting species.
VSV-New Jersey has been isolated from several possible vectors including biting insects (Culicoides [biting midges], Simuliidae [black flies] (Figure 6-75), Aedes [mosquitoes], Lutzomyia [sand flies]) and nonbiting insects (Chloropidae [eye gnats], Anthomyiidae, Musca [house flies]).