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Gasterophilus

 [gas″ter-of´ĭ-lus]
a genus of flies, the horse botflies, the larvae of which develop in the gastrointestinal tract of horses and may sometimes infect humans.

Gasterophilus

(găs″tĕr-ŏf′ĭ-lŭs)
A genus of botflies belonging to the family Oestridae, order Diptera. The larvae infest horses.

Gasterophilus hemorrhoidalis

A species that infests the noses of horses.

Gasterophilus intestinalis

A species that infests the stomachs of horses.

Gasterophilus nasalis

The chin fly, which lays eggs on hair shafts on the lower lip and jaw of horses.