To the first class belong the Busiris, in which Heracles is represented as a voracious glutton; the Marriage of Hebe, remarkable for a lengthy list of dainties.
Three of the Brazilian species are voracious and dangerous.
These eggs are very minute - about one hundred weighing a grain; and a vast number of hatched worms may at first be kept in a small space; but the rapid growth and voracious appetite of the caterpillars demand quickly increasing and ample space.
In comedy and occasionally in myths he is depicted as voracious ((30v06.yos).
They are voracious and omnivorous, devouring, or at least damaging, whatever comes in their way, for all the species emit a disagreeable odour, which they communicate to whatever article of food or clothing they may touch.
The voracious caterpillar when transformed into a butterfly... and the gluttonous maggot when become a fly content themselves with a drop or two of honey or some other sweet liquid.