Stomoxys calcitrans, the stable-fly—It is a popular belief that house-flies bite more viciously just before a rain.
Transmission of poliomyelitis by means of the stable-fly (Stomoxys calcitrans).
Attempts to transmit poliomyelitis by means of the stable-fly (Stomoxys calcitrans).
The life-cycle of the stable-fly is therefore considerably longer than that of Musca domestica.
From its usual habitat this fly is known as the "stable-fly" or, sometimes as the "biting house-fly."
Further attempts to transmit the disease through the agency of the stable-fly (Stomoxys calcitrans).
Newstead considers that in England the stable-fly hibernates in the pupal stage.
The relation of the stable-fly (Stomoxys calcitrans) to the transmission of infantile paralysis.
The stable-fly has this vein slightly curved forward but not nearly so conspicuously (Fig. 43).