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Cluster Flies

The cluster flies are the genus Pollenia in the blowfly family Calliphoridae. Unlike more familiar blow flies, such as the bluebottle genus Phormia, they do not present a health hazard because they do not lay eggs in human food. They are strictly parasitic on earthworms; the females lay their eggs near earthworm burrows, and the larvae then infest the worms. However, the flies are a nuisance; when the adults emerge in the late summer or autumn, they enter houses to hibernate, often in large numbers; they are difficult to eradicate because they reside inaccessible spaces such as roof and wall cavities. They are often seen on windows of little-used rooms. They are also sometimes known as attic flies.
Exterminate Cluster Flies
The typical cluster fly Pollenia rudis is about 7 mm long and can be recognized by distinct lines or stripes behind the head, short golden-colored hairs on the thorax, and irregular light and dark gray areas on the abdomen. Cluster flies are typically slow-moving.
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Cluster Flies

The    cluster    flies    are    the    genus    Pollenia    in    the blowfly   family   Calliphoridae.   Unlike   more   familiar blow   flies,   such   as   the   bluebottle   genus   Phormia, they   do   not   present   a   health   hazard   because   they do   not   lay   eggs   in   human   food.   They   are   strictly parasitic    on    earthworms;    the    females    lay    their eggs   near   earthworm   burrows,   and   the   larvae   then infest     the     worms.     However,     the     flies     are     a nuisance;    when    the    adults    emerge    in    the    late summer     or     autumn,     they     enter     houses     to hibernate,     often     in     large     numbers;     they     are difficult      to      eradicate      because      they      reside inaccessible   spaces   such   as   roof   and   wall   cavities. They    are    often    seen    on    windows    of    little-used rooms.   They   are   also   sometimes   known   as   attic flies.
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The   typical   cluster   fly   Pollenia   rudis   is   about   7   mm long    and    can    be    recognized    by    distinct    lines    or stripes   behind   the   head,   short   golden-colored   hairs on    the    thorax,    and    irregular    light    and    dark    gray areas    on    the    abdomen.    Cluster    flies    are    typically slow-moving.
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