Where Do House Flies Go during the Winter?

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Flies die during the winter onset. Since the common housefly only has a life cycle of 20-30 days, most of the time they won't even be around once the summer is over. Flies do not do well in cold weather hence most flies survive in maggot or pupae form until the weather is warm enough for them to starting hatching and mating again.
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Most of them die. They just hide in sheltered places. Those that survive reproduce and produce large numbers the following year.
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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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1. Plug spaces or cracks with cold weather caulk. Filling in these gaps will keep out drafts and seal off the eggs. Concentrate on holes in undisturbed areas, such as the basement
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They go to warm dry places like under leaves, holes in trees, nooks and crannies of abandoned buildings and snugly places in yours and my house. . Flies live for only about 25 days
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