Where do Cluster Flies lay their eggs ?
The female cluster fly lays her eggs in clusters of 20 to 100 eggs at a time. These eggs hatch into larvae, which then burrow into the soil or organic matter to feed on earthworms. The larvae go through several stages of development before pupating and eventually emerging as adult flies.
It’s important to note that cluster flies are not typically considered pests indoors. However, they may seek shelter in homes or buildings during the colder months, often congregating in large numbers in attics or wall voids. If you’re experiencing a cluster fly issue indoors, Pest Control Direct have various Cluster Fly control methods.
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