Where Do Flies Go in Winter?

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During winter flies migrate to buildings for shelter and in people's homes while others die off. This is because during this season their pupa or larvae stay dormant throughout until when warm areas will rise again.
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Some flies will hibernate in warm spots like houses, sheds in the winter. Many of them die because of the cold. Their eggs lay dormant all winter and when it warms up they hatch and
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In the winter, flies with live in between triple glazing, or whatever it's called, behind sheds, in bins, and some, die of the cold They either hibernate or freeze in the ice and
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Unfortunately, many insects don't survive the freezing cold of winter. This includes
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Flies become dormant in winter, and can even freeze down to a specific temperature. They seek shelter in places like gaps in tree bark, under a section of siding on a house, any small
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A common housefly only lives for around 20-30 days. Most will not even be around after summer is over. Occasionally, a fly or two may get into someone's house, but they don't do too well in the winter. Most will stay in maggot form, until warm weather begins, and they being mating again. You can find more information here: http://www.whyzz.com/where-do-flies-go-during-the-winter
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