Flies

Flies only require one pair of wings. The hind wings have developed into sophisticated mechanosensory organs called halters that serve as high-speed rotary motion sensors and enable dipteran flight. Dipteran flies have an estimated 1,000,000 species or more, including horseflies, crane flies, and others. Flies have a movable head with a pair of big compound eyes. They can move very well in their flight because their wings are arranged, and they can cling to smooth surfaces with claws and pads on their feet. Flies may be a pain, especially in places where they can be found in big populations buzzing and landing on the skin or eyes to bite or search for fluids. House flies spread numerous diseases. They take up germs, fungi, and viruses on their journeys and disperse them. Additionally, food poisoning, diarrhea, and TB are a few health conditions that may be spread by flies.

Top 10 Insects We Love to Hate

Top 10 Insects We Love to Hate

It’s ok to hate some pests, no one likes pests around where they live. Here is a list of the top 10 insects we love to hate. You do not need to feel any guilt about it.

The Science Behind Flies: Why Are Flies Attracted To Me?

The Science Behind Flies: Why Are Flies Attracted To Me?

Flies are an unwelcome presence in any environment, often buzzing around and landing on us without warning. You often wonder, why are flies attracted to me? Is it something about your pheromones, body heat, or even the colour of your clothing?