What is another word for shadfly?
[ ʃˈadfla͡ɪ], [ ʃˈadflaɪ], [ ʃ_ˈa_d_f_l_aɪ]
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How to use "Shadfly" in context?
The shadfly, Polistes dominula, is a small to medium-sized fly that ranges in color from black to light gray. Adult shadflies have a wingspan of about 0.5-0.7 inches and a weight of about 0.05 grams.
The larvae of the shadfly are the most destructive pests of small grains, fruits, vegetables, and other crops. Larvae tunnel into the plant matter and feed on the nutrients and water reserves, reducing the yield and quality of the harvested produce. In addition, they can spread plant diseases.
There are several ways to control the shadfly.
Homophones for Shadfly:
- stopple, staphylea, suitable, shadblow, sight bill, sheet pile, suicide pill, stifle, steeple, stoppable, suitably, setubal, staple, suggestible, seed weevil, stubble, stuffily, styphelia, satiable, south pole, St. Paul, shadow play, sextuple, stapelia, stiffly, see double, stubbly, stipple, stabile, she-devil, stable, sheath pile, stipule.
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