The footless larva of any fly. See Larval.
Larval stage of the order Diptera (fly).
a legless larva of a fly, without a well defined head region.
the larva of the housefly and blowfly commonly found in decaying organic matter
a filthy, loathsome, little thing that turns into a filthy, annoying fly, and as such it is representative of someone in your life, or someone you know well, who is lazy and good for nothing, and who may be leeching off your generosity
a type of worm-like insect, or colloquially, a despicable or horrible person
a worm-like tube, creamy white and greasy looking
root maggot picture The legless, soft-bodied, wormlike larva of any of various flies of the order Diptera. Root maggots that feed on cruciferous crops feed on the roots, weakening the plants, slowing crop development and leaving the roots open to invasion by rot-causing diseases. See Root Maggot Management Research Pages See Pest and Disease Management of Vegetable Crops
A worm-like larva, which is legless and without a distinct head capsule. Maggot refers to the immature form of flies which belong to the insect order Diptera.
the larva of a fly
in most Diptera (flies), legless larva lacking a distinct head, with cephalic (head) end pointed and caudal (rear) end blunt.