FLIES (5)

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Clothes moth

  Clothes moths are major pests of fabric and other items made of natural fibers. Clothes moth larvae feed on wood, feathers, fur, hair, upholstered furniture, animal and fish meals, milk powders and most animal products, such as bristles, dried hair and leather. Larvae also infest or feed on lint, dust, paper and materials soiled […]

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House flies

  It is 4 to 6 mm long and gray to black. The thorax has four black stripes. The fourth wing vein has a sharp upward bend to almost join the third at the tip of the wing. The fly prefers to breed in decaying animal excrement but will also develop in garbage and vegetable […]

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Honey bee

  Honey bee colonies have 20,000 to 80,000 individuals. They are raised for honey and beeswax, and are essential for pollination of crops. The stinger has barbs, so that the stinger and the poison sac remain in the skin. Unlike wasps, honey bees can sting only once. Most honey bee colonies are in hives that […]

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Yellow jacket wasp

  It is about 12 mm long and has alternating yellow and black markings on the abdomen. The wasp is very aggressive in defending itself or the nest. The stinger is not barbed, so the wasp can sting repeatedly. The yellow jacket nest can be quite large for some colonies. It is made of a […]

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Mud dauber wasp

  It is a black wasp with a long, thin waist, and is not a social wasp. It is not very aggressive and does not sting people often. However, its mud nests are often built close to human actively. The mud dauber constructs brood chambers from mud on the sides of the buildings and under […]