nonbiting

nonbiting

(ˌnɒnˈbaɪtɪŋ)
adj
not biting
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have been isolated from 4 species of nonbiting flies in Asia and Europe (1-4) that can cause myiasis, fly larvae infestation of a host's tissue.
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The role of nonbiting flies in the epidemiology of human infectious diseases.
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These include nonbiting ants and flies, most beetles, cockroaches, centipedes and moths and common household spiders.
Two major pest species that bother horses are the stable fly and the housefly, a nonbiting species.