House Fly

This is the most common fly to be found in this area. They have clear wings that are longer than their body, and protruding eyes, which are quite noticeable. The house fly is a vector for many types of diseases and pathogens and they will lay between 350 – 900 eggs in a lifetime. Under ideal conditions a house fly can fully mature in as little as 6 days. They generally breed outside near garbage or other waste. A combination of methods is needed to control these pests.