Flies

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Flies

Flies belong to the order Diptera and are characterized by having onlt one pair of wings. The hind wings are vestigial and represented by two short organs known as halteres that serve to balance the fly during flight.

Most commonly encountered flies have large compoud eyes and usually three simple eyes. Their mouth-parts are of the sponging/lapping or piercing/sucking type.

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Management

Fly control is accomplished by searching out their bredding places and then improve the sanitation practices. Many materials currently in use are physical in origin and are highly specific for flies, with little or no effect on other organisms.

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Sanitation Practices

Regular removal (at least once a week) and disposal of organic waste, including dog feces and rotting fruit, reduces the attractiveness of the area to adult flies and limits their breeding sites. Garbage should not be allowed to accumulate and should be placed in plastic bags and held in containers with tight-fitting lids. Garbage should also be placed as far from a building entrance as is practicable. In general, poor exclusion and lack of sanitation are the major contributors to fly problems.

Garbage should not be allowed to accumulate and should be placed in plastic bags and held in containers with tight-fitting lids. Garbage should also be placed as far from a building entrance as is practicable. In general, poor exclusion and lack of sanitation are the major contributors to fly problems.

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Structure

Flies found inside a building have entered from the outside in almost all cases. Therefore, barriers preventing access to the building are the first line of defense. Cracks around windows and doors where flies may enter should be sealed. Well-fitted screens will also limit their access to buildings.