Fly larvae

Asked August 11, 2015, 7:03 PM EDT

I have recently had an infestation of house flies. I kill a handful of flies every day. I have noticed that they have tiny larva-like things inside of them that wiggle around and are a cream color. I don't think they're fly larvae because to my understanding house flies don't reproduce that way. Can you tell me what these are? Thanks!

Fayette County Kentucky

1 Response

Some flies deposit larvae instead of eggs. Usually, fly problems are temporary. Take some to your local cooperative extension office for identification and a recommendation.