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I' m finding several flies killed on my sills. Does there exist a normal event for flying when they are caught in a house to become slowly and then dying, or are the flying trying to tell me something about our house?
What did the fly do to get past Homeland Security? However, flying has to be eating, flying has to shit, and the whole thing is quite sickening. The mouth of the fly is smooth and woolly, they can't munch. Within a fairly brief time the meal is metabolised and they shit the remainder into what we normally call "fly spots".
The Fly Poop is a small point in either color. It' freezing temperatures slowing down the fly to creep, of course. Fly only lives 15 to 20 day or so. Fly reproduction is so rapid that they often become resistant to commonly used chemical substances. Fly enters a home when they "smell" dinner, not just because they like your curtains or something.
If they do not eat or search for slurry in which they can multiply, they have a tendency to stick to the blanket as closely as possible. When it' s a one-time thing, it seems you were assaulted by a strange bevy of geiatric fly that came in but couldn't find out how to move.
Who are those little spots on my gasket? Flying Poop!
Shit! They are the minute spots on your windows that are the mass es of faeces left behind by the fly almost everywhere it landed. Fly are known carrier of diseases and are found in nutrition and culture with foods and garbage of humans. Whenever a fly arrives on your meal, mug, palm, windows, it transmits germ, diseases, and coarseness from its last outgoing.
Fly regurgitate their stomach content on solids. Houseflies can't swallow, so they use their smelly mouths to absorb fluids. Fly regurgitate their stomach content on solids. Verdigesäfte from the stomach begin to break the firm food into small chunks. The fly, blended with the gastric juice and other things in the gastric cavity, can now use its trunk (sponge) to feed on the fluid and thus transfer pathogenic germs to wherever they end up.
Fly carry 65 illnesses to people! Houseflies are strongly believed to infect people with at least 65 different human pathologies, among them typhus, Ruhr, cholera, polio, yaw, anthrax, tularaemia, leprosy as well as TB.