Big Bag Fly Trap
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Disposable Fly Trap
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OrnamenTrap® Decorative Fly Trap
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OrnamenTrap® Fly Insert
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RESCUE!® Fly Trap Attractant
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Reusable Fly Trap
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TrapStik® for Flies
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RESCUE!® POP! Fly Trap Attractant
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POP! Fly Trap
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Flesh flies are rarely pests of humans and are not known for transmitting diseases. They are occasionally used to determine the time of death of a carcass.
Flesh flies are found in warm, tropical areas throughout North America.
Flesh flies generally do not congregate indoors. They instead are found near recently deceased animals, where they lay their eggs.
Flesh flies prefer warm, tropical weather and a semi-liquid environment.
Flesh flies are so named because of their habit of planting larvae in the flesh of decomposing animals.
Flesh flies have black and gray longitudinal stripes on the thorax, checkering on the abdomen, and red eyes.