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RESCUE! Fly Trap Attractant
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Green Bottle Flies
Green bottle flies are one of the most common species of blow flies. Since green bottle fly maggots consume dead tissue while leaving live tissue intact, these flies play an important role in forensic science and medicine.
Green bottle flies are found in most areas of the world, from southern Canada to Argentina -- and especially California.
Green bottle flies and other adult blow flies are found near dead carcasses where females deposit eggs. They can be found in moderate to temperate regions throughout the world. Blow flies can be found in tropical regions as well.
Green bottle flies prefer warm, moist and tropical climates.
It’s common to see green bottle flies swarming on carcasses or excrement. Adults feed on flower nectar.
Adult green bottle flies are a metallic coppery-green color, just under a centimeter in length, with red eyes.