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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Black_fly

A black fly (sometimes called a blandford fly, buffalo gnat, turkey gnat, or white socks) is any member of the family Simuliidae of the Culicomorpha infraorder.

www.idph.state.il.us/envhealth/pcblackflies_buffalognats.htm

Also known as buffalo gnats because of their humpbacked appearance, black flies (Simuliidae) are small (up to one-eighth of an inch long) dark flies that ...

entoplp.okstate.edu/ddd/insects/blackflies.htm

Host: Simuliidae is a small family of blood sucking flies commonly known as black flies or buffalo gnats. Over 100 species are known from North America and  ...

www.howtogetridofgnat.com/2014/11/44-buffalo-gnat-bites-facts-uncovered.html

A lot of stories out there which get me scared about the buffalo gnat bites, they are life-threatening and cause nuisance to people and get them so terrified.

homeguides.sfgate.com/insect-repellent-buffalo-gnats-86510.html

Buffalo gnats (also known as black flies) are tiny flies with clear wings. The females bite both humans and animals, sucking their blood in order to breed and  ...

www.slayallpest.com/insect/gnats/best-ways-how-to-get-rid-of-gnats-and-traps

A research done shows that buffalo gnats are attracted to moving dark objects and this trap uses that factor. To construct ...

www.hunker.com/12495544/how-to-get-rid-of-buffalo-gnats

Buffalo gnats, also called black flies, belong to the Simuliidae family. The flying insects drink the blood of humans and animals. Bites often occur on the nostrils, ...

www.dph.illinois.gov/topics-services/environmental-health-protection/structural-pest-control/black-flies

Also known as buffalo gnats because of their humpbacked appearance, black flies(Simuliidae) are small (up to one-eighth of an inch long) dark flies that ...