Blow Fly

Fly is often metal in the presence of flies and is about 8 to 10 mm long in length.

Blow flies are attracted to decay of meat and are usually the first insects to come after an animal dies. When the blown blow appears inside the house, it means that the need to end the reproduction source.

Adult shock mainly feeds on flower nectar, plant breathing and other sweet content. Female blow flies keeps their eggs on dead bodies of dead animals. Eggs suck quickly and fly flies fly on decay meat. The life-cycle of flick goes to pupa for the larvae (or blowing flying gargots) from the egg to be as short as one week.

Bottle Fly

Bottle bees are big flies which can be blue or green in color. While flying both the blue bottle and flying the green bottle, make a very audible echo sound.

Bottles are usually found on the road, they are scanners who feed on destroying meat, garbage and other organic matter. They are transmitters of the disease and are considered pests. If a large number of bottles are found in bees, then an indoor breeding site may be established.

Blue bottle flies and green bottles transmit flies to diseases because they contaminate food due to food contamination. Salmonella and E. Coli bacteria are two of the more common pathogens transmitted

Bottle bees contain organic matter in the form of breeds, dead animals, litter and stool. A woman's bottle can fly; During her lifetime, 2,000 – 3,000 eggs were created once, as a result, it may take about 10 to 21 days for the larva to replace the adults.

Cluster Fly

Overlaying adults of cluster fly, Polonia Rudy Fab is an annual problem in many homes. Cluster flies are slightly larger and deeper than home flies, and have a coating of small golden hair on their chest. These flies usually live outside where they are on flowers and fruits. Late summer and fall, when the weather gets cool, the cluster flies can be collected on the walls of sunshine, they enter the house to the overventor through any available access. At home, in the clutches of flies and clusters of the wall, often in the dark corners, in the cracks, under the clothing, under the curtain, behind the pictures and furniture, in hot and sunny days in the winter and spring flies often hide their hiding The place and the windows come out from the herd, due to which they are very resentful due to their echo and their appearance; Dead flies are the food source for the litter beetle larvae. The donations and other violence in the home can contribute to the presence of insects.

In the April cluster, the flies have to lay their eggs alone in the cracks in the soil. During the summer, egg whites and emerging larvae (magots) enter the genitals and develop into parasites in their host. There are many generations during summer that adults lay eggs in the end of August and September and tried to hide the places in which to exaggerate. Most of the flies spend outside the winter and under the fence, under the stones and in other protected areas. Due to the large grasslands, the problem of cluster bees is usually greater in rural and suburban areas, which favor the high tree population.

Cluster bees are not related to livestock production, they do not develop in the pits of compost or compost, they are not interested in food, do not develop in the garbage, and are not indication of no dirt conditions.

Drain (Moth) Fly

Flies are also known as flies, which are also known as kite groove flies or sewer groove bees, insects, like small insects, are worn with hair. Generally, 1.5 to 5 mm in size, they can be brown, gray or black. The groove fly is not a strong flyer and will usually fly on short distances or will only fly.

Flies live on flies and feed on decomposing organic substances and sewage. Favorite accommodation includes kitchen and bathroom, septic tank, sewer and adhesive pipe in the compost.

A large amount of flies in the house usually indicates a problem with dirty sewage or overflow, which can become a continuous breeding land. An untreated infestation will eventually lead to hundreds of flies.

Female migrations raises flies from 30 to 100 eggs, which is in the groove fly larvae. The fly larvae can mature for adulthood within one to four weeks.

Fruit Fly

Fruit flies are 3 to 4 mm long, usually have red eyes and are a yellow-light brown color.

Fruit flies can be problem year round, but late summer and fall are particularly common during fruit bees are attracted to harvesting fruits and vegetables at home, restaurant, grocery stores and wherever there is food and Fruit flies are common in rot.

Fruit flies will plant their eggs in rotting fruits and other organic substances. In a lifetime, the female 400-500 fruit flies will lay eggs, which will boil in the larvae. The fruit fly can be completed in approximately one week from larvae to adult till the entire life cycle.

Gnat Fly

Matka is a long-standing insect which can grow anywhere from 1 to 13 mm. GNT is a common word that describes the array of small wing worms in the fly family. A pot can be black, brown, brown or yellow, and they are usually weak.

Depending on the species of fish fly, there are some non-bitters while others bite and feed on blood, other insects or plants. Fungal dirt is the most common fly fly inside the house. Adult fungi feed on the dirty variety of plants, while the fungus mant larvae feed mostly in the case of fungi, plant roots or other plants.

Women can put 500 eggs in the dirty lifespan and depend on the presence of moisture, as found in moist soil, so that the number of their offspring can increase.

House Fly

The size of the house flies is reduced by 4 to 7.5 mm in color and range.

While home flies may look just like a nuisance, they are actually the major carriers of diseases because they drink and breed in stools, litter and other dirty. They are known to transmit at least 65 different types of diseases to humans, including anthrax, dysentery, leprosy and typhoid fever.

House fly eggs are stored in the material which will supply suitable food for larvae. Their favorite breeding grounds are stools and other depleting substances. Between each of the women, they can put 500 eggs in batches of between 75 and 100 eggs. Eggs are known as insects, which are called maggots, which they feed on the material they are born. The life cycle from eggs to adult usually takes three weeks.