where do fruitflies come from.

Steven Mclaggen Lansing, MI

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Fruit flies lay their eggs near the surface of fermenting foods or other moist, organic materials. The eggs then hatch.


Kristine Vangeloff

Fruit flies come from larvae. The fly in from the outdoors because they adore over-ripened fruit. Hateful little things, they are.

Adult fruit flies lay eggs on fruit, which hatch into larva. After a few days the larva change into pupa, and then become adults.

They come when they smell your peaches rolling across the ripeness line. They are not the product of spontaneous generation!

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