It sounds to me like a blowfly buzzing around in a chandelier.
It is embellished with thousands of black-and-white scraperboard illustrations so superbly detailed that you can count every hair on a blowfly 's bum.
None of the wounds developed an infection or became infested by blowfly .
He was dozing gently in the autumn sunshine when a late blowfly droned past, rousing him for his soporific state.
A European blowfly , yet another life-form introduced to New Zealand, proved to be as harmful as the weasels.
These tiny wasps are important biological control agents of nuisance flies, such as the house fly and blowfly .
Only a few species of fly larvae, primarily blowflies , are suitable for such duty.
Fly parasites are useful for the control of house flies, stable flies, blowflies , and many other fly species.
What was decomposing the carcasses, given the total absence of fossils of the larger flies, such as flesh flies and blowflies (whose larvae, which we call maggots, feed on carrion)?
When the blowflies enter the flower, slanted spines prevent exit, and the flies are trapped overnight, spreading their pollen to the mature female florets inside the flower.