Where Do Maggots Come from?

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Maggots are the larva stage of flies.
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Maggots come from flies. Maggots are fly babies. Maggots are most commonly found on dead animals and rotten food. A lot of times you will find them on the bottom of your garbage can
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White grubs are 1/2 to 1 1/2 inches long and have three pairs of legs near the head. You'll find them resting in a C-shape. Hatching from eggs in the soil, they pass through three
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They are coming from your floor, they are a type of carpet maggot. Spray some ammonia all around the edges of your kitchen and that shoud do it. Do not breathe the ammonia-if you
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