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Get Rid of Blow Flies

Blowfly Larvae

Blowfly larvae hatch from eggs laid in decaying material. They burrow deeper into the host as they molt and mature. Once grown, the larvae drop and burrow into the ground. From here, they emerge adult blowflies.

Behavior of Blow Fly Maggots

Blowfly maggots hatch and grow in decaying material. Its used as a food source until time to become an adult fly. As the maggots grow, they shed their skin. After 2-4 weeks, its time to burrow into the ground and mature.

Blowfly Maggots

Blowfly maggots are larvae of adult blowflies. Eggs are laid in decaying material which the larvae eats once hatched. When grown, they burrow into the soil and mature to adult flies. Maggots are used for medical procedures.

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