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*infested with something

to be contaminated with a swarm or throng of some pest. (*Typically: be ~; get ~.) All the campers are infested with lice. The dog is infested with ticks.
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Similarly adult Echinocephalus janzeni was reported to infest marine stingrays of Central America (Hoberg et al.
Without appropriate action, EHB has the potential to infest and damage the structural integrity of homes and buildings built with untreated pine, Mr Baston said.
abbreviatus used to infest plants were collected from canopies of trees growing in fields at commercial plant nurseries in Homestead, Florida.
You don't have to infest the neighborhood or pollute the local stream with pesticides to deal with unwanted critters.
As Formosan termites infest a structure, they build carton nests within walls, which can bulge and buckle from the thousands of termites and moisture in them.
To combat leishmaniasis in people, Ribeiro anticipates vaccines tailored to the diverse types of sand flies that infest different regions.
drywood termites commonly infest homes in California, Florida, Arizona, Hawaii and coastal regions.
In the 40 years since Egeria was introduced to the Delta, it has grown to infest approximately 3,900 surface acres, or eight percent of the 50,000 surface acres of Delta waterways.
Users are encouraged to infest their own Web pages with static and animated graphics, customizing e-mail buttons, navigation buttons and much more.