Flies

Non-biting flies are one of the most important pest groups because they are not only nuisance pests, but many are also important in disease transmission. Flies feed on a variety of food materials but most of those of structural importance develop in either fermenting or decaying organic matter, although a few are parasitic on other animals. Fly control is often quite challenging because their larval developmental site(s) must usually be located and eliminated for success, and these sites may be some distance from where the adults are nuisances.

 

For more information on the most common species of flies in South Jersey:

House Flies

Fruit Flies 

* Information courtesy of the National Pest Management Association, Inc.

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