Musca

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Mus·ca

 (mŭs′kə)
n.
A constellation in the polar region of the Southern Hemisphere near Apus and Carina.

[From Latin musca, fly.]

Musca

(ˈmʌskə)
n, Latin genitive Muscae (ˈmʌskiː)
(Astronomy) a small constellation in the S hemisphere lying between the Southern Cross and Chamaeleon
[Latin: a fly]
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Noun1.Musca - a small constellation in the polar region of the southern hemisphere near the Southern Cross and Chamaeleon
2.Musca - type genus of the Muscidae: houseflies
arthropod genus - a genus of arthropods
family Muscidae, Muscidae - two-winged flies especially the housefly
house fly, housefly, Musca domestica - common fly that frequents human habitations and spreads many diseases
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The cutaneous filariosis is caused by Parafilaria bovicola is transmitted by Musca autumnalis fly.
Musca autumnalis De Geer, 1776 was also recorded by Bezzi (1908: 190, Rooibank in the hinterland of Walfischbay, as M.
In contrast, Musca autumnalis De Geer, a close relative to M.