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[hel-gruh-mahyt] /ˈhɛl grəˌmaɪt/

the aquatic larva of a dobsonfly, used as bait in fishing.
(US) the larva of the dobsonfly, about 10 cm long with biting mouthparts: used as bait for bass Also called dobson


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