Fly Photo Gallery: Pictures of Flies for Home Identification Purposes
Images of common flies found around the home for home pest identification.
Larger than common houseflies, the bottle fly possesses large, red compound eyes and clear, brown-veined wings.
The body of the cluster fly is largely nonmetallic gray with black markings.
Adult house flies feature a single pair of wings and four dark stripes that run lengthwise down the thorax, while the sides of the abdomen are usually pale and yellowish-white.
The fruit fly has red eyes and exhibits a yellow to tan thorax, a yellow abdomen and black striping on the dorsal surface of the abdomen.
Gnats range from brown to green to black. However, the exact coloration of gnats is difficult to distinguish with the naked eye.
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