Diverse species found worldwide, including house flies, fruit flies, and blow flies.
Flat-bodied insects with long antennae and wings (some species). Vary in size and color.
Common species include House flies (Musca domestica), Fruit flies (Drosophila spp.), and Cluster flies (Pollenia spp.).
Decomposing organic matter, garbage, decaying fruits, and unsanitary environments.
Opportunistic feeders that thrive in unsanitary conditions, lay eggs on organic matter, and transmit diseases.
Varying sizes, colors, and distinctive body features depending on the species.
Proper waste management, regular garbage disposal, maintaining clean and dry environments, and using screens on doors and windows.
Traps, sticky tapes, insecticidal sprays or baits, sanitation measures, and professional pest control services for severe infestations.