FIELD GUIDE FLESH FLIES

  1. FLESH FLIES - FIELD GUIDE
    name comes from
    develop in spoiling meat and decayed flesh
  2. FLESH FLIES - FIELD GUIDE
    Some species are beneficial because they are
    parasitic on arthropod pests
  3. FLESH FLIES - FIELD GUIDE
    can cause subcutaneous or intestinal _ in humans
    myiasis
  4. FLESH FLIES - FIELD GUIDE
    Mouthparts =
    sponging
  5. FLESH FLIES - FIELD GUIDE
    Adults are typically found outside on flowers or on
    larval food materials such as
    excrement, decaying flesh/carrion, decaying vegetable matter, garbage
  6. FLESH FLIES - FIELD GUIDE
    Adults are typically found on animals which they parasitize such as
    insects, snails, and other invertebrates, turtles, humans and other mammals, etc.
  7. FLESH FLIES - FIELD GUIDE
    mostly attracted to carrion or excrement exposed in _ and usually arrive after the blow flies
    sunlight
  8. FLESH FLIES - FIELD GUIDE
    mostly attracted to carrion or excrement exposed in sunlight and usually arrive after the _ flies
    blow flies
  9. FLESH FLIES - FIELD GUIDE
    Outside, they prefer _ walls as resting sites.
    stone
  10. FLESH FLIES - FIELD GUIDE
    Outside, they prefer _ walls as resting sites.
    stone
  11. FLESH FLIES - FIELD GUIDE
    larvae usually leave the _ _ in search of a drier place in which to pupate.
    breeding source
  12. FLESH FLIES - FIELD GUIDE
    larvae usually leave the breeding source in search of a drier place in which to _
    pupate
  13. FLESH FLIES - FIELD GUIDE
    mature larvae/maggots can be found crawling about _ _ _
    inside a structure
  14. FLESH FLIES - FIELD GUIDE
    inspection... helpful to do at _ when flies are
    resting near their food and/or larval developmental sites
    night
  15. FLESH FLIES - FIELD GUIDE
    _ breeding sites are not common except in interior garbage rooms and compactor
    interior
  16. FLESH FLIES - FIELD GUIDE
    _ _ _ can be recognized because dozens of
    adults of the same species will emerge in
    relatively close succession
    interior breeding sites
  17. FLESH FLIES - FIELD GUIDE
    _ _ _ can be recognized because dozens of
    adults of the same species will emerge in
    relatively close succession
Author
ianquinto
ID
350107
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FIELD GUIDE FLESH FLIES
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FIELD GUIDE FLESH FLIES
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