Where Do House Flies Nest?

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Houseflies don't nest but instead lay their eggs in decaying matter or animal waste. It is advisable to keep your house clean so as to keep the propagation of these flies at a minimum. There are approximately more than 120,000 species of flies in the world.
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House flys dont have nests. I would beg to differ! Not that I know for sure, but. they MUST have some kind of nesting behaviour, because last night when I came home there were approx
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1. Choose a location based on safety from predators. The birds need to have a house that is at least three feet off the ground, but preferably five feet, to discourage predators from
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how many animal cages? and where did you put the stuff that you cleaned? flies don't "nest" they lay eggs where there will be food for the larva to eat. the egg - larva
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Flies are attracted to light. They are constantly flying around looking for food and light. It is natural that some will wind up in un-used areas and die of dehydration and hunger
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