Common House Fly-Musca Domestica

The Common House Fly (Musca Domestica) is a small, two-winged fly in family Muscidae, order Diptera and suborder Brachycera. It is the most common of all domestic flies, found in and around human habitations. It's found all over the world and is considered a major pest that can carry serious diseases like cholera, typhoid, Escherichia coli, Shigellosis, leprosy, poliomyelitis and tuberculosis etc . In spite of the fact that they carry serious diseases, they also do a favor on us by telling us that our environment is not clean and need an immediate attention. House fly life cycle consists of four stages i.e. egg or ova, larva, pupa and adult.

Common House Fly-Musca Domestica
Common House Fly
Common House Fly
Common House Fly
Common House Fly
House Fly Mating
House Flies Mating
House Flies Mating

4 comments:

Anastasia said...

the flies are ugly, yet they look nice in the photos.

Anna said...

Oh wow what a nice close ups. Thanks for sharing. Keep coming more, not necessarily flies, lol, the photos I mean. Anna :)

Silent Poet Klaus said...

And you entitled this blog amateur photography. Looks like the pictures from National Geographic Books. I guess you were able to tamed them :D

Nice pictures and blog you have here..
A new follower you have-Yoda.

WorldmedTourism said...

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