A small two-winged fly that is often seen in swarms near water or marshy areas where it breeds
A fine net to keep off midges.
A small, delicate midge that induces gall formation in plants or may cause other damage to crops
A small grey artificial fly.
A small gall midge, Contarinia pyrivora, whose larvae damage the fruit of pear trees.
Any of various gall midges (family Cecidomyiidae) whose larvae develop in resin masses on the twigs and needles of pine trees and other conifers.
A very small fly that typically occurs in large swarms. The female has piercing mouthparts and feeds on the blood of a variety of animals including humans