Indoor Flies and Their Control
- Date of Publication
- December 7, 2021
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Most homes and businesses eventually experience problems with indoor flies. Though relatively few kinds of flies can breed and complete their life cycles inside a structure, each indoor fly species is unique. For that reason, it's important to correctly identify the type of fly in your home in order to control it. Flies are one of the largest groups of insects. Unlike most other winged insects, which have four wings, flies have only two. This difference distinguishes them from nearly all other insect orders. (7 pages)
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