What Is the Lifespan of a Fly?


The lifespan of a fly is 30 days. The female fly can lay over p to 500 eggs in a four day period. The eggs then hatch into larvae normally referred to as maggots. Maggots emerge within eight to 20 hours of being laid.
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Houseflies the average lifespan of a housefly is 20 to 30 days in which time it can reproduse thousands more. ( that is if it does not come to an untimely end from a swatter )
Dragonflies can live from six months up to a few years. Did you know
The lifespan of the house fly is 10 to 25 days, much less than a dragonfly, which can live up to 5 yrs
The length of adult life can vary considerably. Under ideal conditions, an adult Drosophila melanogaster can live as long as 40 days. In crowded conditions, its life span may drop
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House fly adults normally live about two and a half weeks during the summer, but they can survive up to three months at lower temperatures.
Typically an adult fly will not live longer than 21 days but this of course depends on their feeding and the temperature of which they are living in.
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