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Pest Structural Inspections: Domestic Non-Biting Flies Mobile App

Flies, the Order Diptera, are one of the largest and most dynamic orders of insects. This vast order is characterized by having only one pair of wings. There are only a few species that fall within the category of domestic flies. This group breeds in urban areas and is commonly associated with peoples activities. The immature stages develop in moist, decomposing organic matter, and are associated with the solid wastes created by man. It is for this reason they can transmit disease causing organisms from such filth to food.The Pest Structural Inspections: Domestic Non-Biting Flies mobile app covers: Domestic Flies,Attic Flies, Cluster Flies and Fruit Flies (Drosophila) and Phorid Flies (Phoridae) inspections and control measures. Help your business. Help the Planet!

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Take a peek inside the Pest Structural Inspections: Domestic Non-Biting Flies Mobile App

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    Flies, the Order Diptera, are one of the largest and most dynamic orders of insects.

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    Flies develop by complete metamorphosis.

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    House Flies All dull grey flies found inside or even near structures will likely be called house flies.

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    The cluster fly (Pollenia rudis) is also in the family Calliphoridae.

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    Inspection

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    When any of these flies become problems inside, their breeding site and larvae will usually be close by.

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    House flies infest most garbage, manure (horse, cattle, poultry, pet) and filth accumulations.

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    The professional applicator during any pest management inspection must evaluate garbage disposal.

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    Habitat Alteration

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    Caulk and tighten around all openings such as screens, doors, windows, ventilators, and eves.

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    The professional applicator must emphasize sanitation to the client.

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    Remove breeding materials such as garbage and manure.

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    Clean garbage cans and dumpsters regularly.

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    Clean food delivery spills immediately.

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    Drain wet areas around garbage collection sites.

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    Keep loading docks clean.

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    Install air curtains where doors remain open for deliveries, etc.

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    Install automatic door closes.

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    Replace white security lights inside and outside with yellow lights.

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    Pesticide Applications

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    Fly strips can be placed in low access rooms, such as attics and storerooms.

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    Fly bait can eliminate adult flies when methods are in place that reduce breeding sites.

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    Electric fly traps will control only a low level of adult flies.

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    Do not place ultraviolet light traps where they will attract insects from outside; do not put them in competition with other lights such as those from vending machines.

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    Aerosol contact sprays can be used to knock down adult flies - after elimination of breeding sites and exclusion methods are in effect.

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    Ultra-low dosage applications of non-residual pesticides can be used if an adult infestation must be quickly reduced outside.

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    The professional applicator must conduct a follow-up inspection to ensure sanitation and exclusion methods are being properly maintained.

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    Cluster flies, normally overwinter as adults.

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