(1) Global warming will result in an explosion of the dreaded west coast midge , delegates to a conference in Glasgow will be told this month.(2) Bloodworms are the larvae of a non-biting mosquito called a midge and are usually harmless to humans.(3) The other night, trying to read an improving book in the bath, the room began filling with mosquitoes, midges and a small brown winged bug I didn't hang about to identify.(4) It is, of course, the midges and the clegs who present the major problem to the Scottish naturist.(5) Alasdair McCrone, the artistic director, said the 35-year-old theatre, which has just 43 seats, is located in a wooded area and every summer is plagued by swarms of midges .(6) Included among the invertebrates are moth flies, wood gnats, midges , punkies, mosquitoes, marsh beetles, and beelike or wasplike syrphid flies.(7) Most people would probably mistake them for small flies, such as gnats or midges .(8) The trio have been cycling around 80 miles per day and they have camped overnight along the way, battling torrential rain, thunderstorms and the infamous swarms of Scottish midges .(9) The hormone is mixed with yeast - which mosquitoes love - to make granules easily added to the pools where midges breed.(10) In the 19th century, USDA researchers discovered that mosquitoes, ticks, flies, and midges spread disease from animal to animal.(11) Oakworth Cricket Club is itching to keep spectators happy - by beating off swarms of midges .(12) Popularity is not always a good thing, especially when you seem to be a siren for this country's 18 different species of mosquitoes and midges .(13) Rations include a variety of insect larvae, especially mayflies, blackflies, caddis flies, and midges .(14) Only an attack by a voracious swarm of midges then spoilt a leisurely paddle under a warm, summer sun on a perfect, windless day.(15) Probably the most common method of transmission is by means of biting insects such as mosquitoes, midges , and flies.(16) Bites from midges , mosquitoes and mites are normally very itchy.