Horn Fly

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This insect derives its common name from the fact that it seems to prefer clustering in great numbers at the base of the horns of cattle, although it is really just as abundant on the flanks, pon the udder, and in other places where it cannot be readily reached by the animals.


John B. Smith Economic Entomology (Philadelphia and London: J.B. Lippincott Co, 1896)


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