What Is The Economic Importance Of Flies?


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The widespread housefly is a true fly and is one of the most extensively distributed animals.

The presence of a sole brace of wings distinguishes spot on flies from other insects with "fly" in their surname, such as mayflies, dragonflies, damselflies, stoneflies, whitefly, fireflies, alderflies, Dobson flies, snake flies, saw flies, caddis flies, butterflies or scorpion flies. Some true flies have become secondarily wingless, particularly in the wonderful family Hippoboscoidea, or in the middle of those that are inquilines in social creepy-crawly colonies.

Flies are often vermin, including internal vermin endo- such as the boot fly and external parasites ecto parasite such as the leech, black fly, sand fly or louse fly. Myiasis is the particular term for flies infecting living tissue (such as the turn worm fly). Many flies eat deceased organic matter detritovores, plant or animal remains. This is especially common in the larval phase, seen in the filter-feeding mosquitoes and black flies to the dung-feeding gust flies (Calliphoridae) or the organic deposit feeding rat-tailed maggot. A number of taxa feed on blood, including mount flies and mosquitoes. Flies are also imperative pollinators for numerous species of plant, and many species provide for on pollen and nectar.

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